The AK sees its task in supporting the ongoing amendment of the Soil Protection Ordinance (BBodSchV) by conveying relevant scientific knowledge and practical experience in legislative bodies. Conversely, it also offers assistance and initiates scientific research with questions from higher-level committees. The AK will begin its work with the subject of the future assessment of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) in the soil , in particular with the current amendment proposal, which is currently very controversial. The substances beyond the 16 EPA-PAHs and PAH transformation products, which have so far not been given much attention, should also be taken into account
On May 3, 2017, the draft of the Shell Ordinance (MantelV) for substitute building materials and soil protection was approved by the Federal Cabinet. One of the main components of the Shell Ordinance is the comprehensively amended BBodSchV of 1999. With the Shell Ordinance, however, the application is considerably expanded, for example to include the recycling of materials in soils. In the course of adapting the range of methods using valid standards, one of the discussions is whether the term ?soil? should not be replaced in some places by the term ?solid matter? and the scope of the standards expanded. Among others, another aspect is a changed evaluation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in the soil man pathway, especially against the background that PAHs represent a group of hundreds of compounds that, in different concentrations, e.g. B. occur depending on the source and with widely varying toxicities in the environment. Various questions are available for specialist discussions. In the course of the new MantelV, which of course still has to be passed by the Bundestag and Bundesrat, numerous specialist discussions are already being held intensively and controversially - and decisions are being made. These took place on 28 June 2017 the office of the German Chemical Society for all members of the Division and other persons (including non-members) of authority, science and practice that are interested in the subject and wanted to bring in your knowledge of the regulation, a first meeting of the working group.
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Article Series: Communications from the division "Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology" of the German Chemical Society (GDCh) Statements and reports of the working groups "Environmental Monitoring" and "Soil Chemistry and Soil Ecology"
Rudel H, Hennecke D, Kordel W and Fischer K
Environmental Sciences Europe 2011, 23:35 (10 November 2011)
Editorial: Amendment of the Federal Soil Protection and Contaminated Sites Ordinance (BBodSchV):
Invitation to relaunch the "soil" working group
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 23rd year 2017 No. 2, p.34 Selection and use of reference matrices to determine the properties of substances and the environmental behavior of substances
W. Kördel, KH Weinfurtner
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 13th year 2007 No. 4, pp. 99 - 102 Editorial - The Working Group Soil Chemistry and Soil Ecology is back
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 12th year 2006 No. 2, pp. 33 - 34 THE MANURE PROJECT - Elaboration of a method catalog for the investigation of the residue behavior of veterinary drugs in manure and manure-fertilized soils
R. Kreuzig, J. Heise, S. Höltge
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 12 Vol 2006 No. 2, pp. 39 - 42 EU-wide soil protection aspects in chemical assessment
Mitt Umweltchem Ökotox 10th year 2004 No. 3, p. 3
dr Dieter Hennecke
Fraunhofer IME, Schmallenberg
dr Claus Borneman
Eurofins Environment West GmbH
Prof. Dr. Christina Eighth
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster
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