ISPRA (Italian Environmental Protection Agency)
Marco Falconi is a geologist, working for ISPRA that is the Italian Environmental Protection Agency. His activity is mainly on the fields of site characterisation, risk assessment and remediation technologies on Sites of National Priority List since 2003.
He teaches in several Italian Universities (La Sapienza-Rome, S-Anna-Pisa, CaFoscari-Venice) and is among invited speakers in Hebei SAFEA in China. He is a member of the scientific committee of Remtech European Fair on contaminated sites.
Management of contaminated sites in Italy and Europe
The new contamination in Italy and Europe is underway and a closer look to Member State inventories and legislations would help to understand bottlenecks and opportunities in EU countries.
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