Development of in Ground and on Site Technologies for Low Cost Metal Remediation of Remote Contaminated Sites [ 2007 - 2010 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers Prof GW Stevens; A/Prof DB Gore; Dr I Snape

Brief description Australia has taken a leading role internationally in promoting environmental awareness and is committed to both tackling existing pollution and mitigating future hazards. The clean-up of contaminated Australian, Antarctic and sub-Antarctic sites is seen as a national priority and research into in-situ technologies is central to meeting established remediation goals. Successful development of a low-cost in-ground remediation scheme will provide vital protection for remote Australian, Antarctic and sub-Antarctic areas. It will also do much to cement Australia as a global leader in environmental protection, offering as it does a generic remote regions metal contamination remediation solution.

Funding Amount $350,000

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