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MCN- Northern Sweden Soil Remediation Center
Exposure assessment of a PCDD/F contaminated site in Sweden- field measurement of exposure media and PDF Print E-mail
Written by Annika Åberg, Mats Tysklind, Tohr Nilsson, Matthew Macleod, Annika Hanberg, Rolf Andersson, Sture Bergek, Richard Lindberg, Karin Wiberg.   
Monday, 18 January 2010 09:37
New Article: Authors: Annika Åberg, Mats Tysklind, Tohr Nilsson, Matthew Macleod, Annika Hanberg, Rolf Andersson, Sture Bergek, Richard Lindberg, Karin Wiberg. Journal: Environ Sci. Pollut Res (2010) 17:26-39 Dioxin and pop-contaminated sites series research article In this study a heavily PCDD/ contaminated CP saw-mill site in Sweden was investigated, to assess the exposure through a broad spectrum of pathways. Sampling and analysis of exposure media included soil, air, groundwater, raspberries, carrots, potatoes, grass, milk, eggs and chicken fodder. To calculate exposure for human adults blood serum from site-exposed and control individuals were analyzed. At this site the domination of the specific congener, 1234678-HpCDF, was striking. It could be traced from contaminated soil, through the exposure media and found in exposed humans. The study showed that the PCDD/F, were transferred despite their low mobility based on water solubility. In the future not only levels of combined PCDD/F contamination, but also the composition of congeners must be considered in risk assessment.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 March 2010 13:12
 
Proposal "GREENER" submitted for FP 7, EU PDF Print E-mail
Written by Thomas Liljedahl   
Monday, 11 January 2010 09:34
12 European partners including partners from MCN submitted on Jan 5th, the proposal GREENER to EU DG Research. GREENER which is short for GReen and lean technologies for Eco-Efficient brownfield regeNERation, is a response to the call for Environmental technologies for brownfield regeneration, FP 7-ENV.2010.3.1.5-2. Participating partners are Umeå University(Coordinator), Luleå University of Technology, Tyréns and MB-Envirotek (SE),SYKE (Finish Environment Institute) and Tampere University of Technology (FI), Dekonta and ICT (CZ), Reconsite (D), Witteveen+Bos and Bioclear (NL), and CVR (Venecian Research Consortium) (I). The proposal will be evaluated and ranked in a stepwise process during the coming months. If awarded, the project is planned to start in August/September this year.
Last Updated on Monday, 11 January 2010 09:44
 
MCN joint meeting with NRM North PDF Print E-mail
Written by Thomas Liljedahl   
Tuesday, 17 November 2009 17:20

MCN held an open  meeting with Nätverket Renare Mark Norr in Skellefteå, November 3rd, 2009. More than 50 industry professionals from the northern region of Sweden attended the meeting. 

Presentation files are downloadable from  below. 

Program_NRM_Norr_091103_Renaremark.pdf 
 B__GLS_Remediation_091103_SV_NRM.pdf
 C_Treat_mix_Cont_20091103_NRM.pdf
 C__Rem_by_products_091103_NRM.pdf
 H_Kriging_MCN_NRM_n_09_v2.pdf
 G_Polar_PACs__Staffan_L_NRM.pdf
 MCN_REDIWASTE_2009_II.pdf
 MCN_REDIWASTE_2009_III.pdf
 PFOS_Mats_T_NMR_091103.pdf
Last Updated on Friday, 04 December 2009 18:37
 
A multidisciplinary assessment of prioritized soil pollutants... PDF Print E-mail
Written by MCN   
Sunday, 18 October 2009 17:40
This Ambio special issue published in 2007, contain 11 scientific articles on the results of MCN research during 2001-2006, and some more. It is now fully available via the weblink below.
Link to fulll text of included articles
Last Updated on Monday, 16 November 2009 08:20
 
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