Hungarian-developed remediation agent tested at industrial site
A nanoscale iron particle product developed by Hungary’s Auro-Science is being tested as a remediation agent at an industrial site in Törökszentmiklós (E Hungary) contaminated with chlorinated hydrocarbons, Tamás László of Golder Associates Magyarország, which is in charge of the cleanup, said at a press conference on Friday.
The testing has been successful, said László.
Auro-Science managing director Miklós Soós said the company spent HUF 340m to develop the nanoscale iron particle product, including a HUF 220m grant from the Economic Development Operative Program.
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