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"Muu" projekt KBFI,MG-9
KBFI,MG-9 "EU INTERREG IV-A Project Risk Management and Remediation of Chemical Accidents (RIMA) (1.01.2011−31.12.2013)", Irina Blinova, Keemilise ja Bioloogilise Füüsika Instituut.
KBFI,MG-9
EU INTERREG IV-A Project Risk Management and Remediation of Chemical Accidents (RIMA)
EU INTERREG IV-A Project Risk Management and Remediation of Chemical Accidents (RIMA)
1.01.2011
31.12.2013
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
Muu
ETIS klassifikaatorAlamvaldkondCERCS klassifikaatorFrascati Manual’i klassifikaatorProtsent
1. Bio- ja keskkonnateadused1.8. Keskkonnaseisundit ja keskkonnakaitset hõlmavad uuringudT270 Keskkonnatehnoloogia, reostuskontroll1.4. Maateadused ja sellega seotud keskkonnateadused (geoloogia, geofüüsika, mineroloogia, füüsiline geograafia ning teised geoteadused, meteoroloogia ja ning teised atmosfääriteadused, klimatoloogia, okeanograafia, vulkanoloogia, paleoökoloogia50,0
1. Bio- ja keskkonnateadused1.9. Keskkonnaohtlikke aineid käsitlevad uuringudT270 Keskkonnatehnoloogia, reostuskontroll1.3. Keemiateadused (keemia ja muud seotud teadused)50,0
AsutusRiikTüüp
Central Baltic INTERREG IV A Programme 2007-2013
PerioodSumma
01.01.2011−31.12.2013257 897,00 EUR
257 897,00 EUR
Central Baltic INTERREG IV A Programme 2007-2013

Transportation of dangerous goods is cross-national activity, because raw materials and products are imported and exported globally. As Finland and Estonia are located in the edge of EU, the challenges related to Russian transito traffic are similar. High volumes of chemicals are transported, which is creating constant risk. Several EU directives and legislation are used to minimize possible risks. However, as chemical transportation accidents happen, the cause of the accident is highly local matter. After the immediate rescue services, efficient and cost-effective cleaning (i.e. remediation) actions are needed. Traditionally contaminated soil is removed and remediation is done else where. The cost of this technique is considerably high. Meanwhile many innovative and cost effective techniques have been developed, but they are rarely used in Finland or Estonia. This is mainly because lack of information about the efficiency, reliability and cost effectiveness of these techniques. Transmission of new knowledge to authorities is aimed to facilitate the use of innovative, new techniques and increase business opportunities of the private enterprises offering remediation services within the programme area.
Transportation of dangerous goods is cross-national activity, because raw materials and products are imported and exported globally. As Finland and Estonia are located in the edge of EU, the challenges related to Russian transito traffic are similar. High volumes of chemicals are transported, which is creating constant risk. Several EU directives and legislation are used to minimize possible risks. However, as chemical transportation accidents happen, the cause of the accident is highly local matter. After the immediate rescue services, efficient and cost-effective cleaning (i.e. remediation) actions are needed. Traditionally contaminated soil is removed and remediation is done else where. The cost of this technique is considerably high. Meanwhile many innovative and cost effective techniques have been developed, but they are rarely used in Finland or Estonia. This is mainly because lack of information about the efficiency, reliability and cost effectiveness of these techniques. Transmission of new knowledge to authorities is aimed to facilitate the use of innovative, new techniques and increase business opportunities of the private enterprises offering remediation services within the programme area.