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Les phytotechnologies appliquées aux sites et sols pollués : Nouveaux résultats de recherche et démonstration

Abstract : Phytotechnologies are plant-based options for in situ contaminated land management. These technologies, although known and favorably viewed by site owners and managers, remain emerging and not marketable. This may be due to a lack of field expertise and demonstration feedback as well as a lack of information related to biomass conversion possibilities, costs and benefits expected from these technologies. This publication presents new results from research projects supported by the French Agency of Environment and Energy Management (ADEME). This publication provides additional content to the guidance published by ADEME and INERIS in 2012 « Les phytotechnologies appliquées aux sites et sols pollués : Etat de l’art et guide de mise en oeuvre ». Phytomanagement, the overall polluted site management concept, is presented through 5 chapters which concern decision support tools (Chapter 1), phytostabilisation feedback from field experiences (Chapter 2), ecosystem exposure and transfer through bioavailabilty assessment of pollutants (Chapter 3), biomass energy conversion referring to technical, regulatory, social (Chapter 4) and economic (Chapter 5) point of view. The synthesis of available decision support tools and technical, regulatory, economical and social information presented in this publication should allow future users of phytotechnologies to validate the relevance of using such technologies according to specific site objectives.
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Valérie Bert, Francis Douay, Olivier Faure. Les phytotechnologies appliquées aux sites et sols pollués : Nouveaux résultats de recherche et démonstration. ADEME, 2017, 9791029707865. ⟨ineris-01863947⟩



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