Items tagged with ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT Files

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Models for impact evaluation on landfill - Aspects for appropriate modelling (NT TR 601)

NT TR 601

  • The aim of the project is to present information on tools and models suitable for the prediction of the leaching of compounds from waste and the transport of leached compounds to the environment. The focus of the report is mainly on the leaching of inorganic compounds from inorganic non-hazardous waste material.

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Environmental risk assessment of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) - Identification of Data Needs (NT TR 523)

NT TR 523

  • It was the aim of this NordTest project to propose improvements that prepare us to assess ecological risks to the environment associated with releases of existing and coming GMO cases.

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A holistic approach to materials selection in component design (NT TR 476)

NT TR 476

  • A brief introduction into materials lifetime technology and industrial ecology in product development.

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Sammanfattande metod för att bestämma den totala halten PCA i extrakt från däck - ett preliminärt underlag för miljömerking (NT TR 469a)

NT TR 469a

  • The results of the investigations have been combined to give a method for determination of the total amount of PCA, and not only PAH, in the extract from the tread, based on IP 391.

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Sammanfattande metod för att bestämma den totala halten PCA i extrakt från däck - ett preliminärt underlag för miljömärking (NT TR 469)

NT TR 469

  • The results of the investigations have been combined to give a method for determination of the total amount of PCA, and not only PAH, in the extract from the tread, based on IP 391.

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