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SOIL QUALITY AFTER THE CLOSURE OF THE ACTIVITY ON SC SIN SA BUCHAREST

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Author(s): Nineta Rizea | Venera Mihaela Stroe | Rodica Doina Lazar | Mihaela-Monica Aldea

Journal: Present Environment and Sustainable Development
ISSN 1843-5971

Volume: 5;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 151;
Date: 2011;

Keywords: soil | environmental survey | heavy metals

ABSTRACT
paper presents the impact of the activity SC SIN S.A. on soil from the emplacement. The material is based on a environmental study performed at the closure of the activity on SC SIN SA BUCHAREST. On this location soil cover is represented by Anthropic Regosol (RG ah), and the soil is characterized by the presence of various building materials such as debris of bricks, sand, scrap of masonry etc. The specific activity - processing of the fats – do possible that the society to pollute the soil with organic compounds and resulted in very high organic carbon content in some points on the emplacement. In some points was a significant pollution of the soil with zinc and cadmium (with values over intervention threshold for less sensitive use). Here was recommended an intervention. After depollution, total content of Zn and Cd was situated this time below the intervention threshold for less sensitive use. Since the free surface of the unit was covered mostly concrete, excepting small green spaces landscaped, technological possibility of soil pollution with emissions was very small. The company is located in an industrial area (Dudesti), being surrounded by other companies with different activity profiles. Analyzing sources of pollution both own and from vicinity can see that there may be a potential for pollution in the area, including traffic and is very hard to differentiate as sources
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