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Kommunikation förbättrar hanteringen av massor- en studie om tillsynen av massor från uppkomst till slutdestination

Herrlund, Hilde LU (2013) MVEK03 20131
Studies in Environmental Science
Abstract (Swedish)
In this study the question is raised of how environmental inspections can improve the way excavated materials are handled, from the beginning to the end. The goal of this study is to see how regulatory authorities can contribute to make sure that the excavated materials end up where it is supposed to and to see if they are possible to re-use excavated soil.
The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency published a handbook 2010, as a guideline, for how to determine which waste, including excavated soil, are appropriate to be used in constructions. The re-use of soil is in compliance with the European Union’s waste hierarchy. In articles written about this subject and in interviews with regulatory authorities, conducted as part of this... (More)
In this study the question is raised of how environmental inspections can improve the way excavated materials are handled, from the beginning to the end. The goal of this study is to see how regulatory authorities can contribute to make sure that the excavated materials end up where it is supposed to and to see if they are possible to re-use excavated soil.
The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency published a handbook 2010, as a guideline, for how to determine which waste, including excavated soil, are appropriate to be used in constructions. The re-use of soil is in compliance with the European Union’s waste hierarchy. In articles written about this subject and in interviews with regulatory authorities, conducted as part of this study, the main problems contacted with use of excavated soil are: illegal disposal, mixing contaminated soil with clean soil and incorrect information given about the content in the soil.
In interviews, three of five regulatory authorities claimed to have too little resources and lack of time to control transports and interim storage of soil. Entrepreneurs and users of the soil, (Less)
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author
Herrlund, Hilde LU
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organization
course
MVEK03 20131
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
tillsyn, massor, anläggning, miljö
language
Swedish
id
3807360
date added to LUP
2013-06-26 12:06:08
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2013-06-26 12:06:08
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  abstract     = {In this study the question is raised of how environmental inspections can improve the way excavated materials are handled, from the beginning to the end. The goal of this study is to see how regulatory authorities can contribute to make sure that the excavated materials end up where it is supposed to and to see if they are possible to re-use excavated soil.
The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency published a handbook 2010, as a guideline, for how to determine which waste, including excavated soil, are appropriate to be used in constructions. The re-use of soil is in compliance with the European Union’s waste hierarchy. In articles written about this subject and in interviews with regulatory authorities, conducted as part of this study, the main problems contacted with use of excavated soil are: illegal disposal, mixing contaminated soil with clean soil and incorrect information given about the content in the soil.
In interviews, three of five regulatory authorities claimed to have too little resources and lack of time to control transports and interim storage of soil. Entrepreneurs and users of the soil,},
  author       = {Herrlund, Hilde},
  keyword      = {tillsyn,massor,anläggning,miljö},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Kommunikation förbättrar hanteringen av massor- en studie om tillsynen av massor från uppkomst till slutdestination},
  year         = {2013},
}