EDI Special Publication 2022 – Decontamination of hazardous substances



As in previous editions, the EDI Special Publication 2022 – Decontamination of hazardous substances aims to compile and share information related to relevant hazardous substances that may appear in construction, demolition, dismantling or refurbishment sites.

The publication, which was published in May 2022, includes technical information on these substances, as well as a series of case studies on their management and decontamination.

It was produced by the European Decontamination Institute Secretariat, with the contributions and collaboration of the members of the EDI working group on Hazardous Substances.

As part of its contents, a video dialogue about POPs with the European Commission has been recorded. You can watch the full video pressing the play button below or read the related section in the document that is available at the bottom of this page. 



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ISBN 978-84-18761-38-6
Date Spring 2022
Pages 64 (A4)
Type Special publication
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