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Land Contamination & Reclamation
Special MOKKA edition is available
In Land Contamination & Reclamation, Volume 17 Parts 3-4 November 2009, forty papers in six groups were publicated by the members of the MOKKA Consortium. Groups of publications are: Environment management, Environmental risk management and decision making, Site assessment and monitoring tools, Environmental risk assessment, Develeopment of remediation technologies, MOKKA databases.


Éva Fenyvesi, Mónika Molnár, Piroska Kánnai, Klára Balogh,
Gábor Illés, Katalin.Gruiz

Cyclodextrin-extraction of soils as a chemical model
of bioavailability

Aqueous cyclodextrin solutions were applied for the extraction of organic contaminants from soil to estimate their bioavailability. Cyclodextrin derivatives of high solubility and high solubilizing potential such as randomly methylated beta-cyclodextrin ...


László Ködöböcz, Attila Murányi
Characterization of phytoremediation technology by rhizosphere microorganizm
The goal of the experiment was to characterize the efficiency of phytoremediation technologies by quantifying the major groups of rhizosphere microorganisms. An integrated phytoremediation experiment including physical, chemical and biological treatments... ...

Attila Murányi, László Ködöböcz
Heavy metal uptake by plants i different phytoremediation treatments
The goal of our research was to develop the phytoremediation technology by testing different treatments under field conditions. The experiment was based on the integrated improvement of physical, chemical and biological conditions of Gyöngyösoroszi spoil. 18 different phytoremediation treatments were tested. The highest chemical risk of Gyöngyösoroszi mine waste was found ...

Éva Fenyvesi, Mónika Molnár, Piroska Kánnai, Klára Balogh,
Gábor Illés, Katalin Gruiz
Cyclodextrin-extraction of soils for modelling
bioavailability of contaminants

Aqueous cyclodextrin solutions were applied for the extraction of organic contaminants from soil to estimate their bioavailability. Cyclodextrin derivatives of high solubility and high solubilizing potential such as randomly methylated beta-cyclodextrin (RAMEB) and hydroxypropyl beta-cyclodextrin (HPBCD) were compared...

Natasa Cernila Zajc
Slovenian Environmental Fund, evaluation protocol description
The Slovenian Environmental (Development) Fund (the Fund) was established in 1993 as a legal public entity under the 1993 Environmental Protection Act. It was constituted as a non-profit, joint stock company with start-up capital allocated from the state budget in 1994. Based upon the Law on Public Funds ...

Klára Balogh, Nikolett Szaniszló, Klára H-Otta, Éva Fenyvesi
Can cyclodextrins really improve the selectivity of extraction
of BTEX compounds?

In the literature mixtures of benzene, toluene, ethyl benzene and xylenes (BTEX compounds) have been frequently used as model compounds to prove the selectivity of inclusion complex formation. On the other hand, these compounds are widespread contaminants ...

Katalin Gruiz
Innovative Decision Support Tools for Risk Based Environment Management in Hungary
Data-acquisition for a good conceptual site model: Innovations and practical experiences with in-situ measuring and monitoring
NICOLE ( A Network for Industrially Contaminated Land in Europe) network meeting 10-12 May 2006, Venue: Carcassonne, France.

Katalin Gruiz
Ecological Risk Assessment of Inorganic and Organic Micropollutants in the Danube Catchment Area
A tiered risk assessment methodology for Danube sediment
in Conference Proceedings, 3rd European Conference on Contaminated Sediments, European Sediments and Sentiments, Cleaning European Waters of Contaminated Sediments,
Budapest 21 March, 2006

Katalin Gruiz, Emese Vaszita, Zoltán Siki
Environmental Risk Management of Mining Sites with Diffuse Pollution
In: Conference Proceedings, CD (9th International FZK/TNO Conference on Soil_Water Systems, 7 October, 2005, Bordeaux) Theme F, Eds. O. Uhlmann, G.J. Annokke, F. Arendt, pp. 2565-2574
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MOKKA INNOVATIVE DECISION SUPPORT TOOLS FOR RISK BASED ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
Professional control: Dr. Katalin Gruiz, BME-ABÉT, 1111 Budapest, Szt. Gellért tér 4, Tel: +36(1)463-2347, gruiz@mail.bme.hu
Administrative control: Dr. Éva Fenyvesi, Aqua Concorde, 1145 Budapest, Bosnyák u. 11, Tel: +36(1)347-6075, fenyvesi@aqua-concorde.hu
Webpage: Dr. Zoltán Siki, DigiKom, 1151 Budapest, Bartók Béla u. 24., Tel: +36(1)230-1092, siki.zoltan@chello.hu

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Budapest University of Technology and Economics Aqua Concorde Water Analysis and Water Technology Ltd RISSAC VITUKI VITUKI CONSULT Co. Cyclolab DigiKom Ltd Association of Environmental Enterprises TNO environmental technology