Network for Industrially Contaminated Land in Europe (NICOLE)
1995 Hannover Germany
1995, Hannover (Germany), following an initiative from D-XD0615 - Conseil européen de l'industrie chimique (CEFIC). Initiated as a Concerted Action within E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC) Environment and Climate RTD Programme, Feb 1996. Self-funding since February 1999.
Provide a European forum for dissemination and exchange of knowledge and ideas about contaminated land arising from industrial and commercial activities; identify research needs and promote collaborative research that will enable European industry to identify, assess and manage contaminated sites efficiently and cost-effectively; increase international collaboration in the field.
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Steering Group, assisted by Secretariat, comprising Chairpersons, Vice-Chairs and 2 members each of the 2 Subgroups, plus an academic/researchers representative. Management Team. Subgroups (2): Industry, comprising 27 representatives from industrial companies; Service Providers, comprising 37 representatives from technology developers/service providers. Academics and researchers.
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