Draft guidance on best available techniques and best environmental practices for the management of sites contaminated with persistent organic pollutants

Scope

This draft guidance has been developed by the experts on Best Available Techniques (BAT) and Best Environmental Practices (BEP) under the Stockholm Convention, to guide parties in the identification, assessment, management, and remediation of persistent organic pollutants (POPs) contaminated sites.

Main target audience

Staff responsible for developing action plans for the identification, assessment, management, and remediation of POPs contaminated sites and technical staff involved in their implementation.

Draft guidance on best available techniques and best environmental practices for the management of sites contaminated with persistent organic pollutants (2021)

 

ModuleTitleEnglish
Items: 15  
 Executive Summary and Introduction59.69 K 391.71 K
1 Background on POPs Contaminated Sites1.59 MB 1009.8 K
2Site Investigation, Assessment and Conceptual Site Model1.64 MB 1.37 MB
3Environmental Risk Assessment1.99 MB 1.84 MB
4Principles and Approaches for POPs Contaminated Sites Management and Remediation62.98 K 412.94 K
5Remediation Technologies and Techniques13.36 MB 1.8 MB
6Technology Selection Tool for remedial options to be used in Phase 3 the remediation assessment5.28 MB 1.35 MB
7Stakeholder Engagement, Public and Worker Safety and Health121.03 K 470.98 K
8Getting Started: Legislation, Policy, Inventory Development and Financing Remediation107.04 K 511.83 K
9Case Study: Environmental Management Plan, Lâm Hoá site, Viet Nam, Phase 1 Preliminary Site Assessment3.65 MB 1.68 MB
  Appendices1.04 MB
9Case Study: Environmental Management Plan, Lâm Hoá site, Viet Nam, Phase 2 Detailed Site Assessment Report36.97 MB 2.57 MB
  Appendices26.22 MB
9Case Study: Environmental Management Plan, Lâm Hoá site, Viet Nam, Phase 3 Remediation Assessment Report1022.79 K 1.05 MB
  Appendices368.31 K