Preface. Part I: Overview Characterization. I.1. Remediation of Soil and Groundwater in Central and Eastern Europe: An Overview Assessment; E.A. McBean. Part II: Country Reports. II.1. Country Report: Federal Republic of Germany; D. Grimiski, S. Reppe. II.2. Remediation of Soil and Groundwater in the Czech Republic; J. Svoma. II.3. Country Report: Latvia; D. Hadonina. II.4. Country Report for Lithuania on Soil Pollution and Prospects for its Purification; J. Sivickis. II.5. Soil Pollution Management in Hungary; G. Varallyay. II.6. Some Aspects of Groundwater and Soil Remediation in Russia; I.S. Zektser. II.7. Some Problems of Groundwater Industrial and Agricultural Pollution in Belarus; Y. Sedloukho. II.8. Groundwater Resources and Pollution Effects in Romania; G.C. Tomescu. II.9. Pollution of Soil and Groundwater in Slovakia; P. Pospisil. II.10. Identification and Evaluation of Ecological Losses caused by Presence of the Red Army in Poland; M. Nawalany. II.11. Water Resource Problems of Moldova; A.O. Gavrilitsa. II.12. Groundwater Contamination in Turkey; M.T. Goenullu. Part III: Remediation Technologies. III.1. Auditing Approaches to the Identification of Problems; J. Balek. III.2. An Overview of Soil Remedies Potentially Suitable for use in Central and Eastern Europe; B.C. Clegg. III.3. Uncertainties of Costs of Remediation of Soil Pollution; K. Verschueren, J. Capka. III.4. Monitoring Requirements for Health and Safety during Remediation; D.H. Haycock, S. Beszedits.III.5. Experience with in situ Treatment Systems: An Overview; A.S. Kurzydlo. III.6. Incorporating Risk into Decision-Making for Contaminated Site Remediation; E.A. McBean. III.7. Leachate Treatment Systems; M.S. Carville, H.D. Robinson. III.8. Comparison of Alternative Remediation Approaches Utilizing Time-Risk Curves; E.A. McBean, F.A. Rovers. III.9. Environmental Technologies Hungary; American Embassy Commercial Service. Part IV: Case Study Applications. IV.1. Implementation Time and Uncertainty Influences on Prediction; M. Cislerova. IV.2. Case Study Applications: A Research Perspective; N.R. Thomson. IV.3. In situ and ex-situ Remediation of Chlorinated Solvent Species at an Active Heavy Manufacturing Facility Located in the Midwestern United States: A Case Study; B.C. Clegg. IV.4. Design and Implementation of Remedial Works at the Former Soviet Naval Base at Swinoujscie, Poland; R. Koslacz. IV.5. The Elimination of Hydrocarbon and Metal Contamination and its Recent History in Hungary; Z. Fekete. IV.6. Application of Flotation and/or Biosorption for the Removal of Toxic Metals from Dilute Aqueous Solutions Groundwaters; A.I. Zouboulis, A. Matis. IV.7. The Centre for International Projects (CIP): Opportunities in Russia; S. Tikhonov. Part V: Summary Aspects. V.1. Where do we go from here? An Outline for a Program of Action; J. Balek. V.2. A Conscensus of the Current Situation and the Needs and Opportunies for Soil and Groundwater Remediation in Central and Eastern Europe; E.A. McBean. Index.