At the beginning of the 70s, the problem of hazard waste sites already became a matter of political interest in the Federal Republic of Germany, owing to its inclusion into the ecological program of the Federal Government. Not until 1978, however, the concept of hazard waste sites and the problems connected with it became a topic of discussions concerning environmental policy, which was initiated by the environmental report of the Committee Of Experts At Ecological Questions. In 1982, the information paper “Danger Estimate and Reclamation Possibilities Of Hazard Waste Sites” was presented by a team of the “Waste Material Association”. In 1983, the OECD introduced the term “contaminated sites” as an expanded version of hazard waste sites. For the first time factory grounds were regarded as sites which might possibly be dangerous for the environment.
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