|Abstract||A possible category within the soil and groundwater quality criteria for contaminated sites consists of the comparative (or relative) risk assessment. In the regulative and applicative Italian context of contaminated soil management, and with specific reference to the situation of potentially contaminated sites in Marche Region (Central Italy), this paper deals with the recent proposal of a possible regional comparative risk assessment methodology, the definable “CORIANREG-M” (“Comparative Risk Analysis”, on “Marche Regional” basis) or equivalently in Italian ““ACORIREG-M”. Following the description of the calculation structure and the computer worksheet implementation of the “CORIANREG-M” methodology, the paper summarises the application of this methodology to no. 12 potentially contaminated sites, which are located in Marche Region and represent diversified situations of potential contamination.|
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|Antinori C||DiGeoTeCA – Department of Geological Sciences, Chemical and Environmental Technologies, University of Urbino “Carlo Bo”, Campus Scientifico – Sogesta, I-61029 Urbino, Italy||1|
|Marzocchini M||ARPAM – Regional Environmental Protection Agency, Marche Region, Waste and Soil Service, Provincial Department of Ancona, Via Cristoforo Colombo 106, I-60127 Ancona, Italy||1|
|Moretti MS||DiGeoTeCA – Department of Geological Sciences, Chemical and Environmental Technologies, University of Urbino “Carlo Bo”, Campus Scientifico – Sogesta, I-61029 Urbino, Italy||2|
|Orilisi S||DiGeoTeCA – Department of Geological Sciences, Chemical and Environmental Technologies, University of Urbino “Carlo Bo”, Campus Scientifico – Sogesta, I-61029 Urbino, Italy||1|
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