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Horizontal standards on hygienic parameters for implementation of EU directives on sludge, soil and treated bio-waste

Objetivo

The working documents on revision of the Sewage Sludge Directive (86/278/EEC) on Biowaste and the Soil Protection Communication call for standards on sampling and analysis of sludge, treated biowastes and soils. The European Directives are intended to pr event unacceptable release of contaminants, impairment of soil function, or exposure to pathogens, and to protect crops, human and animal health, the quality of water and the wider environment when sludges and treated biowastes are used on land. The EU ani mal by-product regulations are fixing microbiological threshold values, for which microbiological methods of analysis are needed. The European Commission wishes to cite European (CEN) standards in order that there is harmonised application of the directive s and that reports from Member States (MS) can be compared. This project to develop standards for hygienic parameters in sludge, soil and biowaste, presented under the name "HORIZONTAL-HYG", will be carried out under the umbrella of the main project HORIZ ONTAL "Development of horizontal standards for soil, sludge and biowaste". This ensures full integration in the CEN system through BT Task Force 151 specially set up in support of this project as well as direct supervision by DG ENV and MS, which form the Steering Committee of HORIZONTAL. Preparation of HORIZONTAL-HYG was taken in a full agreement with the DG ENV, DG JRC and the MS already contributing to HORIZONTAL. HORIZONTAL-HYG's objective is to produce standardised methods for sampling and hygienic mic robiological parameters, as Salmonella spp, Escherichia coli, Clostridium perfringens, Ascaris ova in sludges, treated biowastes and soils written in CEN format. Validation of the methods is an essential part of the development as it quantifies performance in terms of repeatability and reproducibility. The consortium is well connected in CEN and ISO and thus provides an excellent basis for implementation of the deliverables.

Convocatoria de propuestas

FP6-2003-SSP-3
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ENERGIEONDERZOEK CENTRUM NEDERLAND
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Westerduinweg, 3
PO Box 1 Petten
Países Bajos

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"FODOR JOZSEF" ORSZAGOS KOZEGESZSEGUGYI KOZPONT ORSZAGOS KOZEGESZSEGUGYI INTEZET
Hungría
Dirección
Ix. Gyali Ut 2-6.
Budapest

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ALCONTROL UK LTD
United Kingdom
Dirección
Mill Close, Templeborough House
Rotherham

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COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES DIRECTORATE GENERAL JOINT RESEARCH CENTRE
Italia
Dirección
Via Enrico Fermi
Ispra/varese

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DEFRA, CENTRAL SCIENCE LABORATORY
United Kingdom
Dirección
Nobel House, 17 Smith Square
London

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DEN KONGELIGE VETERINAER- OG LANDBOHOEJSKOLE
Dinamarca
Dirección
Buelowsvej 17
Frederiksberg C

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GIE ANJOU RECHERCHE
Francia
Dirección
52 Rue D'anjou
Paris

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INSTITUT PASTEUR DE LILLE
Francia
Dirección
1 Rue Du Professeur Calmette
Lille

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ISTITUTO SUPERIORE DI SANITA'
Italia
Dirección
Viale Regina Elena 299
Rome

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MAGYAR TUDOMÁNYOS AKADÉMIA TALAJTANI ÉS AGROKÉMIAI KUTATÓINTÉZETE
Hungría
Dirección
Herman O. Ut 15
Budapest

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TARTU UELIKOOL
Estonia
Dirección
Ulikooli 18
Tartu

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THE UNIVERSITY OF READING
United Kingdom
Dirección
Whiteknights
Reading

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UNIVERSITAT DE BARCELONA
España
Dirección
Gran Via De Les Corts Catalanes, 585 (Vicerectorat De Recerca )
Barcelona

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UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN
Dinamarca
Dirección
40, Thorvaldsensvej
Frederiksberg

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UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON
United Kingdom
Dirección
University Road, Highfield
Southampton

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UNIVERSITÄT HOHENHEIM
Alemania
Dirección
Im Schloss
Stuttgart

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