No matter what treatment methodology is used, there will be implications for the landowner of the property where the treatment system is to be installed. If a system is to be constructed, the landowner must be willing to allow access to his or her property, and be aware of and accept that certain potential liabilities may accompany the use of the land. (In some cases, the Good Samaritan provision of the PA's Growing Greener Act may be able to reduce the landowner's potential liability.)
In all cases the landowner must grant access to the property where the system will be constructed for construction, routine monitoring, and regular maintenance. This probably will also mean that permission will have to be granted for heavy equipment to traverse the property and work as needed at the treatment site (mostly during the construction phase). Depending on the system, the access may be on a fairly regular basis, as well as land use.
Grants for treatment systems are increasingly including provisions for land owner cooperation as a condition of the grant. Do not underestimate the importance of landowner cooperation when applying for a grant.