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Training project "Management of polluted sites and soils and mineral waste processing/recycling"

Abstract : The area of depollution is undergoing significant growth since 2000. The rehabilitation of polluted sites and soils was worth some 200 M€ in 2000, approached 500 M€ in 2010 and reached 560 M€ in 2012 (ADEME, 2013). After a two-year economic slowdown, a market analysis study (Xerfi institute, 2015) projected that the turnover of the companies concerned should grow of considerable form in the future. The regulatory backgrounds (in perpetual evolution) of the cutting back of raw materials (especially, metals) and the land resource (often situated in urban areas) optimization bring real growth opportunities to the sector.
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Fernando Pereira, Valérie Locurto, Virginie Ouya, Didier Graillot, Ana Cameirao, et al.. Training project "Management of polluted sites and soils and mineral waste processing/recycling". 2èmes Rencontres Scientifiques: Réhabilitation et Valorisation des Sites et Sols pollués - 2nd Scientific Meeting: Rehabilitation of polluted Sites and Soils, RV2S/RSS 2018, Oct 2018, Saint-Etienne, France. Ecole Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Saint-Etienne, pp.141, 2018, Proceeding: 2èmes Rencontres Scientifiques : Workshop Réhabilitation et valorisation des sites et sols pollués; Proceeding: 2nd Scientific Meeting: Workshop on Rehabilitation of polluted Sites and Soils. ⟨emse-03152482⟩



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