Biological treatment of contaminated soil is the most common method of soil treatment during the redevelopment of old sites (ITVA 1997). Biopiles in particular are frequently used due to the simple handling involved and process realisation. The significance of the bioremediation of old sites depends on the reutilisation of the soil material to be treated. The objective should be an increase in the amount of decontaminated soil for ecological and economic reutilisation e.g. as a culture medium in landscape architecture.
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- Optimisation of Microbial Soil Treatment
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