The role of soil quality maps in the reuse of lightly contaminated soil

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Lamé, F.P.J.; Leenaers, H.; Zegwaard, J.;
  • Publisher: Thomas Telford
  • Subject: GIS | Quality of the soil | Spatial planning | Environment | Mapping | Reuse | Governmental directives | National background values | Background levels | Classification | Contaminated soil

In 1999 the Dutch government agreed on a new policy regarding the reuse of lightly contaminated soil. From now on, lightly contaminated soil may be reused under conditions of soil-quality management. The municipal authorities supervise the reuse under this new regime. T... View more
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    Grand grondig bekeken (1999) VROM, 990410/a/9-99 22669/210, (in Dutch) Munters, Wim., et. al. (2000) New Dutch policy with respect to excavated contaminated soil (these proceedings)

    Building Materials Decree (1998) Staatscourant, nr. 20 (Engl. translation available)

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