Contaminated Soil ’95: Proceedings of the Fifth by Wim Sombroek (auth.), W. J. Van Den Brink, R. Bosman, F.

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Finally, a large number of isolated contaminations may be left untouched. We expect that these aspects will again be discussed and consolidated at Maastricht. In particular, costefficient methods of site exploration for better classification and, of course, improved and cost-efficient remediation technologies are urgently needed. National legislation for integrated soil protection and international harmonization of rules of conduct ought to be developed further. In addition to the traditional subjects of the Soil Conferences, a special seminar on the remediation of contaminated sediments is held at Maastricht.

1639 Environmental industry cluster and contaminated soil in the Basque country Various contributors 1649 Contaminated sites programme in Austria Kasamas, H. 1659 Authors Index Keywords Index liii lxvii Contaminated Soil '95 are the proceedings of the Fifth International FZKITNO Conference on Contaminated Soil (30 October - 3 November, 1995, Maastricht, The Netherlands) Scientific Committee W. Harder, TNO Institute of Environmental Sciences, Delft, The Netherlands (Chairman) R. P. Eijsackers, National Institute of Public Health and Environmental Protection (RIVM), Bilthoven, and the Netherlands Integrated Soil Research Programme (NISRP), Wageningen, The Netherlands G.

G. , Ellefsen, V. P. P. , Wieggers, R. I. van 1243 In-situ bioremediation of silty soils contaminated with 2,4,6-trinitrotoluene (TNT) Held, T. , Marel, N. J. , Keuning, S. 1247 The reolex process, asphalt from oil contaminated soil Hilmer, E. 1249 The shrinking core model as a representation of leaching processes in cement stabilized wastes Hinsenveld, M. , Braun, R. M. , Stegmann, R. M. M. , Kang, Y. 1263 Treatment of groundwater polluted by iron-cyanide complexes Koning, J. A. van der 1267 Are immobilization techniques adequate to remediate heavy metal contaminated soils?

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