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Micropollutants issues : a modeling study of heavy metals within two french basins and a test application to cocaine in Belgium

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European policies (European Framework Directive: Water 2000/60/CE, Directive 76/464/CE) impose to reduce the releases of about a hundred substances in surface water. In the last years, the AQUAPOLE has been involved in two studies related to this matter. First, on the request and with the financial support of both the French Ministry of Environment and ONEMA ("Office National de l'Eau et des Milieux Aquatiques"), INERIS ("Institut National de l'Environnement Industriel et des Risques") drew up the guidelines of a methodology allowing fixing the local Limit Values to Emission so as to abide by the quality standards on the whole watershed. Within this context, INERIS wishes to test the use of pollutant transfer models on pilot sub-basins. The PEGASE model has been used to simulate micro pollutants on two concrete use cases
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ineris-00970590 , version 1 (02-04-2014)

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J. Deliege, E. Everbecq, A. Grard, T. Bourouag, C. Blockx, et al.. Micropollutants issues : a modeling study of heavy metals within two french basins and a test application to cocaine in Belgium. 3. Symposium International de la Meuse "Le district de la Meuse : les défis pour demain", Apr 2010, Liège, Belgium. ⟨ineris-00970590⟩

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