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Clean-up of Former Soviet Military Installations Identification and Selection of Environmental Technologies for Use in Central and Eastern Europe

Proceedings
By: RC Herndon(Editor), PI Richter(Editor), JE Moerlins(Editor), JM Kuperberg(Editor), IL Biczó(Editor)
258 pages, 31 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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Clean-up of Former Soviet Military Installations provides a comprehensive overview as well as detailed technical information on contamination problems associated with former Soviet military installations in Central and Eastern Europe. Site contaminants include solvents, mineral oil hydrocarbons, heavy metals, pesticide residues etc. The contaminants primarily affect soil, groundwater and surface water and pose significant human health and environmental risks. Clean-up of Former Soviet Military Installations presents a strategy and recommendations for selecting technologies and evaluating remediation approaches. The strategy incorporates such critical issues as the economic conditions and legal situation of the regions.

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Proceedings
By: RC Herndon(Editor), PI Richter(Editor), JE Moerlins(Editor), JM Kuperberg(Editor), IL Biczó(Editor)
258 pages, 31 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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