OVAM Contaminated land programme
Funding Organisation: OVAM --- Contact Person: Griet Van Gestel - Address: Stationsstraat , B-2800 Mechelen, Belgium - Phone: ++32-15/284.493 - e-mail: griet.van.gestel@ovam.be
Country of origin: Belgium
What type of research is funded? Demonstration
Projects based on defined research needs (programme driven) or an open call (demand driven)? Demand Driven
Total budget:  0.6 Million EUROs
Funding rate by programme:  100%
Programme start year: 2001
Duration of programme: on going
Programme open for funding of international participation:  Yes
Programme has ongoing or terminated international projects:  Yes
Keywords: 
Brownfields
Contaminated land-->Contaminated land overview
Contaminated land-->funding
Topics: 
Brownfields Contaminated land, Contaminated land overview Contaminated land, funding 
         
Long Description: 
Funding rates for applicants range from 50 to 100%:     
100% for all applicants for policy-relevant, non-technological research and     
50% for technological research (new technologies);     
added cost for extra monitoring, quality assurance and literature study for existing technologies.     
     
The OVAM research programme is the only so far in Flanders that really is focussing solely on contaminated land. Additionally to this programme, it is possible 
for researchers to apply for money in more traditional research programmes that are more general (and have much more money). Belgium has a Institute for Applied
Scientific Research, where industry can apply for projects on technology; soil remediation is not a specific item there, but they have been funding projects
before. The annual budget is 600.000 Euros.
Eligibility:

       
WEB Link: http://www.ovam.be
Projects Supported by this Programme:


CityChlor CityChlor ( taCkling urban soIl and groundwater conTamination caused bY CHLORinated solvents)

 Feasibility study regarding the in-situ remediation of mercury contaminated soil
Root WEB Link: http://www.ovam.be
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