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BOGDEVICH, Oleg; ENE, Antoaneta; NICOARA, Igor; CULÎGHIN, Elena; CADOCHNIKOV, Oleg; NICOLAU, Elena; GRIGORAŞ, Marina. The analysis of spatial distribution of POPs contaminated sites in Low Danube Region of Republic of Moldova. In: Environmental Toxicants in Freshwater and Marine Ecosystems in the Black Sea Basin BSB27-MONITOX. 8-11 septembrie 2020, Kavala. Kavala, Greece: International Hellenic University,, 2020, p. 20.
|Environmental Toxicants in Freshwater and Marine Ecosystems in the Black Sea Basin 2020|
Conferința "Environmental Toxicants in Freshwater and Marine Ecosystems in the Black Sea Basin" |
Kavala, Greece, 8-11 septembrie 2020
The inventory of contaminated sites (CS), which was made in Republic of Moldova, showed a significant number of POPs contaminated sites. The database with the ranking and risk assessment of CS for the environment and public health was created after this inventory. This first step in the management of CS needs in the further development of legislative framework and scientific support for the remediation of CS. The presentation will provide an analysis of the actual situation with the study and management of POPs CS in Republic of Moldova. Several case studies are presented for the risk assessment on the regional and local levels as well as the projects by the remediation of contaminated soil realized in conditions of Republic of Moldova. The analysis of the actual status with CS is provided by the examples of the case studies of CS with high risk for the environment and public health. The toxic substance determination was made using GC/MS technique. The obtained results showed that a situation with CS was not changed essential from the past studies (2009 - 2011). The contamination level remains on the same level and risks for the environment are high. The usual practice of the local authorities is to cover CS sites by the relative clean soil without a project design and remediation of the contaminated soil. The principal conclusion is that the further progress for the remediation of CS and the reduction of risks depends of the legislative improvement for the regulation of this activity and development of the cooperation with all stakeholders for CS management: local and central authorities, private sector and scientific community.Acknowledgement: We acknowledge the funding from ENI project with eMS code BSB27 MONITOX (2018-2021), Joint Operational Programme Black Sea Basin 2014-2020.