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r3 Environmental Technology Limited


Organisation Type: SME
Web Address: http://www.r3environmental.co.uk
r3 environmental technology limited takes a leading role in sustainable remediation initiatives worldwide, working in close co-operation with organisations worldwide such as the US EPA, ISSAS in China, CRC CARE in Australia and a range of international networks (some are described in detail at http://www.clu-in.org/conf/tio/grconsoil5/resource.cfm). Paul Bardos is on the Steering Group of the Sustainable Remediation Forum in the UK (www.claire.co.uk/surfuk) and one of the producers of the NICOLE road map on sustainable remediation (www.nicole.org). r3 recently collaborated with organisations from the UK, the Netherlands and the USA to produce A Risk/Benefit Approach to the Application of Iron Nanoparticles for remediation applications for the UK government. This report has been influential in assisting the development of research priorities for NANOREM. R3 has maintained and operated environmental information web sites since the late 1990s. It has operated the web site for NICOLE since 1998, and following a Framework 5 project, has operated the EUGRIS portal for soil and water information (www.eugris.info) which currently receives 10,000 to 20,000 visits per week. R3 has strong connections to the major European and international stakeholder networks in the contaminated land sector, including direct involvement with NICOLE and the COMMON FORUM and occasional involvement with CABERNET and the ICCL. Comprehensive information is available from www.r3environmental.com.

Role / Main tasks in the project
R3 is the Work Package leader for WP9 “Dissemination, Stakeholder Consultations and Exploitation”. As well as managing this WP, r3 will take a lead role in providing stakeholder dialogue outcomes related to sustainability appraisal and concerns related to application risks for nanoparticles. It will also take the lead role in developing a consensus based risk-benefit opinion linking stakeholder concerns with NANOREM technical outputs. R3 will also manage the project web site.

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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