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NICOLE is a leading forum on contaminated land management in Europe, promoting co-operation between industry, academia and service providers on the development and application of sustainable technologies.

SUSTREM – sustainable remediation conference ‎

EUGRIS Corner.  New Documents on EUGRIS, the platform for European contaminated soil and water information.


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ADEME French Environment and Energy Management Agency; A public agency under the joint authority of the Ministry for Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy and the Ministry for Higher Education and Research.

United States

The USEPA Contaminated Site Clean Up Information or CLUIN site http://www.clu-in.org/is an excellent resource specialising in information on innovative site assessment and remediation technologies. Including a monthly newsletter which you can sign up for. The training and events section details forthcoming on-line webinars as well as an archive of previous events.

The Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council (IRTC) http://www.itrcweb.org/ is another excellent source of online training material and many of the events reported on CLUIN are run by the IRTC.

EPAhttp://www.epa.gov/ The Website of the US Environmental Protection Agency

The U.S Army Corp of Engineers (USACE) have compiled several detailed manuals and guidance documents on remediation techniques which are available from their library http://publications.usace.army.mil/publications/.