Importance of cleaning sites Cleaning contaminated sites is a process of several stages focused on removing a negative impact of contaminants.
What does CS stand for?
CS stands for Contaminated Sites
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We have 301 other meanings of CS in our Acronym Attic
- Consigne de Sécurité (French: Security Deposit)
- Constant Source
- Constraint Set
- Construction Site
- Construction Specialist
- Consulting Services (various companies)
- Consumables Status
- Consumer's Surplus (economics)
- Containment Safety/Spray
- Containment Substation Bus (electrical)
Samples in periodicals archive:
9783037853221 Contaminated sites remediation; proceedings.
The purpose of the workshop was familiarization with contaminated site assessment protocols, identification and risk assessment of contaminated sites, sites prioritization, development of National Inventory Project for contaminated sites in the country, provision of data to government, international organizations and other stakeholder, and spearhead technical and financial support.
Environmental Protection Agency's Superfund National Priorities List of the country's most contaminated sites.
The PHC CWS was endorsed by ministers in 2001 as a remedial standard for contaminated sites where mixtures of organic compounds derived from geological substances (such as oil, bitumen, and coal) can be found in the soil and/or sub-soil.
Tokyo, Japan, Mar 7, 2006 - (JCN) - Kokusai Kogyo announced yesterday that it has developed the Kokusai Kogyo & Tsinghua University Risk Assessment System for Contaminated Sites (KT-RISK), a system for assessing the risks of soil and groundwater contamination, in collaboration with Tsinghua University of Beijing.
They hope their work will mean that soil from chemically contaminated sites can be cleaned and rehabilitated by use of powerful ultrasonic waves in purpose-built treatment plants.