IMPEL: Call for case studies on Thermal Desorption and Phytoremediation


EFG is collaborating with the European Union Network for the Implementation and Enforcement of Environmental Law (IMPEL) on topics relating to soil and water contamination.

The IMPEL Water and Land Remediation project is currently collecting case studies relating to “Thermal Desorption” and “Phytoremediation” technologies which will be the subject of the next phase of the project.

The deadline to contribute is 28 February 2023, and the document should be sent to Marco Falconi (, with the subject line “Thermal Desorption case study” or “Phytoremediation case study.”

Drafts of the final reports are expected in October 2023 and will then be translated into several EU languages. The contributors will be mentioned in the acknowledgement.

Access the questionnaires:

Thermal Desorption questionnaire

Phytoremediation questionnaire


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