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[Repost]Urban redevelopment of formerly contaminated sites - Case study collection -



Technical note

Before you start entering data, please note that information on the previous use of the site, potential contamination, remediation and clean-up works, site redevelopment as well as environmental and health impacts will be asked. It is not expected that each question can be answered, acknowledging that the site may have been redeveloped many years ago. You will be able to move back and forth between questions to correct or change your responses. If you want to stop entering data and continue at a later stage, simply click the "Exit" button on the top right of each page (entered data will be saved). To recommence, you must use the same link, and from the same computer. To submit the case study, click "Submit" on the last page. If you would like to submit a second case study, which requires a new link, or have any problems or questions, please send an email to euhia@who.int.


Question Title *1.All answers will be treated in accordance to the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679. WHO will only use your responses for the purposes previously stated, and your contact details will not be shared outside of WHO. We will delete your contact details when the case study report has been finalised. Do you agree with this statement? If you don't agree with using your responses in accordance to the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679, please click on Exit in the top right corner.


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