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Solving the challenges of soil remediation: How to decontaminate brownfields

Across the EU, there are an estimated 2 800 000 developed or previously
developed sites with potentially polluting activities, with 650 000 officially
registered as such. They include former and current petrol stations,
factories and waste sites and chemical dump sites.

To prevent environmental contamination and harm to human health, soil remediation is often necessary.

This involves treating the air or water derived from the soil to remove pollutants.

Key learning objectives:

  • Typical pollutants found in brownfields
  • Legislative framework in Europe
  • Soil remediation strategies and where activated carbon can be use


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