Remediation of polluted soils

Inkoa Sistemas, a Spanish company specialising in supplying integral solutions for sustainable development, leads the Biosoil ENV/ES/000263 project, the main objective of which is to demonstrate the technical and economic feasibility of Compost Bioremediation technology for the remediation of polluted soils in order to promote a sustainable form of urban planning of derelict polluted sites, and facilitate the integration of new socio-economic activities. This new technology, which is based on the stimulation of biodegradation processes of organic pollutants by means of the addition of a compost specifically designed for each polluted soil, provides an innovative, effective, environment friendly and cost-effective solution for the remediation of polluted soils.

The technology enables the economic, social and environmental development of many cities with brownfields, while promoting the integration of environmental considerations in urban planning and contributing to the development of local and national policies that promote sustainable urban planning within the European Union. The project is co-funded by the European commission under the framework of the Life Environment Programme, whose specific objective is to contribute to the development of innovative methods and technologies for environment protection through the co-finding of demonstration projects.

The project is developed in collaboration with Ekotek Environmental Engineering, Gaikar Technological Centre and the public bodies, Ikobe, Public Society of Environmental Management, Eudel, Association of Basque Municipalities, and Aclima, Cluster Association of Environment Industries of the Basque Country.

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