18 September 2012 17:49 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--A German government agency has withdrawn an offer to help treat 350 tonnes of contaminated soil from ?xml:namespace>
“Uncertainties grew on both sides. This uncertainty extended to the German public,“ GIZ said with reference to concerns in
If the negotiations had been successful, GIZ would have issued a European-wide competitive tender for the disposal of the soil, it said. There had been no decision as yet on where exactly the disposal would have taken place, it added.GIZ has experience in the treatment of hazardous waste, having taken on more than two dozen commissions in developing and emerging countries to dispose of hazardous chemicals over the past 20 years, it said.
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