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Bioremediation of marine sediments: experimentation begins at Sin in Bagnoli

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Bioremediation of marine sediments: experimentation begins at Sin in Bagnoli

Industrial site abandoned in the 1990s, a Bagnoli (Naples) there were steel, asbestos processing, fertilizer and cement production companies. The decades of activity have left significant concentrations of on the ground and in the sea aliphatic hydrocarbons (Ipa); polychlorobiphenyls (Pcb); dioxins (Pcdd); asbestos residues; e heavy metals (arsenic, lead, zinc, cadmium and mercury). For the completion of the reclamation works of this Sin (site of national interest), according to the mayor of Naples Gaetano Manfredi they are needed 1.2 billion euros. Thanks to the European project Life Sedremedcoordinated by Anton Dohrn Zoological Stationthe experimentation for the bioremediation of marine sediments.

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