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Type Date Description
LAYMAN´S REPORT OF THE BIOXISOIL PROJECT

29/06/2015
02/07/2015

Poster presented at 6th European Bioremediation Conference, Crete 2015, titled “Microbial population dynamic during ISCO treatment processes. Laboratory assays and field monitoring”.

29/06/2015
02/07/2015

Abstract presented at 6th European Biorremediation Conference, Creta 2015, titled “Microbial population dynamic during ISCO treatment processes. Laboratory assays and field monitoring”.

26/06/2015

Oral communication presented at CONDEGRES titled “CO2 emissions from the soil to evaluate the effectiveness of the remediation of contaminated soils in BIOXISOIL”.

26/06/2015

Oral communication presented at CONDEGRES entitled “Characterization and monitoring of soils as a basis for the restoration of sites affected by hydrocarbons”.

12/06/2015

Poster presented at AquaConsoil Congress 2015, titled “ISCO application in a saltmarsh area contaminated by fuel in southern Spain (BIOXISOIL project)”.

07/05/2015

Poster presented at SETACT Europe 25th Annual Meeting, Barcelona 2015 titled “Characterization of a fuel contaminated site for the implementation of combinated decontamination techniques”.

07/05/2015

Abstract presented at SETACT Europe 25th Annual Meeting, Barcelona 2015 titled “Characterization of a fuel contaminated site for the implementation of combinated decontamination techniques”.

01/04/2015

Technical article titled “New approach in the treatment of a soil contaminated by hydrocarbons: project BIOXISOIL” in the magazine RETAMA, nº 181.

14/07/2014

Scientific article titled: “Exploring petroleum hydrocarbons in groundwater by double solid phase extraction coupled to gas chromatography-flame ionization detector” published in the magazine Talanta131, 315-324.

04/06/2014

News in the local press: newspaper La Nueva España.

15/05/2014

Scientific article entitled “An analytical method for quantifying petroleum hydrocarbon fractions in soils, and its associated uncertainties”, published in the journal Analytical Methods, 6, 5527.

12/12/2013

Oral presentation in EIADES Day. 2013. “Combination of chemical and biological techniques in soil recovery”.

22/11/2013

Abstract presented at congress “Congress Energy and a Environment Knowledge week (Toledo)”.

22/11/2013

Poster presented at congress “Congress Energy and a Environment Knowledge week (Toledo)”.

25/09/2013

Presentation for the “Soil Platform Meeting” at “Benaki Phytopathological Institute Atemas Greece”.

04/07/2013

Poster presented at the 9th Iberian and 6th Iberian-American Conference on Environmental Pollution and Toxicology, titled “Recovery of sites contaminated by hydrocarbons through the joint application of chemical and biological technologies.”

19/04/2013

Poster presented at the AquaConsoil 2013 Congress entitled “Technologies for (in situ) remediation and management of soil contamination”.

11/04/2013

Oral presentation in 2013 in “Energy Efficiency and Environmental Conference in the Navy of the 21st Century”.

01/09/2011

Article in “General Navy Magazine” entitled “Energy efficiency and environmental management in the Navy”.
idarts

I+DARTS – I+DARTS

Innovative and Demonstrative Arsenic Remediation Technologies for Soils.LIFE11 ENV/ES/000547. The objective of the project is to demonstrate the technical and economic feasibility of using best available technologies in real scale to offer more advanced and sustainable soil remediation solutions for regions undergoing industrial restructuring. It expects to deliver a decision tool that will enable the selection of the most appropriate technique for remediation of specific contaminated sites and thus facilitate decontamination efforts in other areas. Project Manager: Jose Luis Rodriguez-Email: jgallego@uniovi.es

http://www.lifeidarts.eu

riverphy

RIVERPHY

Rehabilitation of a heavy metal contaminated riverbed by phytoextraction technique. LIFE11 ENV/ES/000506. The main objective of the project is to demonstrate the use of phytoextraction techniques to successfully rehabilitate a stretch of the contaminated Guadalentin River, downstream from the industrial and urban areas of Lorca. Supported by effective evaluation and dissemination activities, the project aims to develop an alternative and sustainable approach to the environmental and landscape rehabilitation of contaminated rivers. Project Manager: José Mora Navarro-Email: jose.mora@carm.es

http://liferiverphy.eu/web

mipolare

MIPOLARE

Post-mined polluted landscapes reclamation by means of valorization of different residues. LIFE09 ENV/ES/000439. The main objective of the project is to evaluate, demonstrate and disseminate an alternative sustainable solution for the reclamation of mining sites based on soil amendment using two waste products – pig slurry and marble mud – and phytostabilisation. Project Manager: Rafael Sánchez Medrano-Email: rafael.sanchez2@carm.es

http://www.mipolare.eu

discovered

DISCOVERED LIFE

Lab to field, soil remediation demonstrative project: New ISCO application to DNAPL multicomponent environmental problem.LIFE12 ENV/ES/000761. The main aim of the project is to design, install and operate a prototype pollution mitigation system that will use is In-Situ Chemical Oxidation (ISCO) with alkaline activation to restore water quality in aquifers that have been contaminated by lindane from landfill sites. Once the pilot test is completed, and all information and results have been collected and interpreted, the project will assess the technical and economic feasibility of a full scale programme of aquifer remediation in the polluted area. Contact person: Juan Carlos Rabal Durán- Email: dgcalidad@aragon.es

http://www.lifediscovered.es