|Abstract||An environmental soil and groundwater investigation took place in the frame of an EC program (LIFE97 ENV/GR/OOO380) within an extended area of the municipality of Evosmos Thessaloniki. The investigation included a multilevel sampling of the subsoil, soil-gas and groundwater. The main soil contaminants were petroleum hydrocarbons. Based on these results the design and the implementation of the appropriate decontamination for the soil took place. The most appropriate decontamination measures for the indicated soil contamination proved to be the in situ and on site treatment of the soil with an enhanced bioremediation method. The applied technique of Bio- Venting was proved very effective.|
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|Vatseris C||INTERGEO Environmental Technology Ltd. Industrial Area of Thermi, GR-57001 P.O. Box 60040, Thessaloniki||2|
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