NanoRem Bulletins

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The NanoRem project (2013-2017) focused on facilitating practical, safe, economic and exploitable nanotechnology for in situ remediation. This was undertaken in parallel with developing a comprehensive understanding of the environmental risk-benefit, market demand, overall sustainability, and stakeholder perceptions of the use of nanoparticles (NPs). Twelve NanoRem Bulletins have been created to transfer the knowledge developed within NanoRem to end-users.  These are available within the NanoRem Toolbox, available at www.nanorem.eu, which provides more detailed outputs from NanoRem.  The NanoRem Bulletins are also available to download below:

NanoRem Bulletin 1 - Nanotechnology for Contaminated Land Remediation - Possibilities and Future Trends Resulting from the NanoRem Project

NanoRem Bulletin 2 - Appropriate Use of Nanoremediation in Contaminated Land Management

NanoRem Bulletin 3 - Generalised Guideline for Application of Nanoremediation

NanoRem Bulletin 4 - A Guide to Nanoparticles for the Remediation of Contaminated Sites

NanoRem Bulletin 5 - Development and Application of Analytical Methods for Monitoring Nanoparticles in Remediation

NanoRem Bulletin 6 - Forecasting Nanoparticle Transport in Support of In Situ Groundwater Remediation

NanoRem Bulletin 7 - NanoRem Pilot Site – Spolchemie I, Czech Republic: Nanoscale Zero-valent Iron Remediation of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons

NanoRem Bulletin 8 - NanoRem Pilot Site – Spolchemie II, Czech Republic: Remediation of BTEX Compounds Using Nano-Goethite

NanoRem Bulletin 9 - NanoRem Pilot Site – Solvay, Switzerland: Nanoscale Zero-valent Iron Remediation of Chlorinated Solvents

NanoRem Bulletin 10 - NanoRem Pilot Site – Balassagyarmat, Hungary: In Situ Groundwater Remediation Using Carbo-Iron® Nanoparticles

NanoRem Bulletin 11 - NanoRem Pilot Site – Neot Hovav, Israel: Transport of Iron Nanoparticles in Fractured Chalk

NanoRem Bulletin 12 - NanoRem Pilot Site – Nitrastur, Spain: Remediation of Arsenic in Groundwater Using Nanoscale Zero-valent Iron

 

Nicola Harries | 09/02/2017 14:17 | UPDATED: joachim Roos 14/03/2017 10:36


Taking Nanotechnological Remediation Processes from Lab Scale to End User Applications for the Restoration of a Clean Environment.
This project has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreement No. 309517
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