Remediation of Soil and Groundwater

Remediation of Soil and Groundwater : Opportunities in Eastern Europe

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A NATO Advanced Research Workshop (ARW) was conducted from November 6-10, 1995 in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic. This ARW was focused on the technical, institutional, and socio-economic implications of soil and groundwater remediation in central and eastern Europe. The five-day duration of the meeting provided an excellent forum for the forty-one delegates to discuss, on both formal and informal bases, the existing situations in central and eastern Europe with regard to a wide range of issues. As well, the meeting period included technical 'site visits to Chodos and Vresova, in the Czech Republic. The discussed issues included (i) development of an understanding of the extent of existing environmental hazards, (ii) the remediation methodologies currently being employed, (iii) the existing exposure risks to humans and the environment, and (iv) the alternative procedures for dealing with the distribution of costs for any necessary remediation, while creating incentives to reduce future pollution generation. With the complications and difficulties of dealing with these issues, there was never a shortage of points for discussion.
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  • Hardback | 480 pages
  • 160 x 236.2 x 27.9mm | 929.88g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1996 ed.
  • 480 p.
  • 0792341821
  • 9780792341826

Table of contents

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.
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