Soil polluting activities from localised sources as % total sites where (preliminary or main) site investigation has been completed
(b) Belgium-Flanders: 'oil extraction and storage sites' also include 'oil spills sites' several activities can occur together on 1 site (c) Italy: Data refer only to Region Piemonte (d) Finland: service station, big fuel and heating oil storages included in 'oil extraction' (e) Lithuania: petrol stations included in 'oil extraction'; pesticide storages included in 'other hazardous substances spill sites' (f) Romania: 'others' also include accidents (g) Denmark: "Municipal waste disposals" also include "Industrial waste disposal" (h) Germany: 'Industrial activities' also include accidents and 'other'; 'Municipal waste disposal' also include 'Industrial waste disposal' (i) Spain: 'Municipal waste disposal' also include 'Industrial waste disposal' (j) Switzerland: 'Municipal waste disposal' also include 'Industrial waste disposal'; 'former military sites' also include active military sites and shooting ranges. (k) Czech Republic: remainder to 100 % - data not available yet (l) Bulgaria: 'others' are storages of forbidden (obsolete) pesticides For Denmark, Germany, Lithuania, Netherlands, Spain and Romania the category 'Industrial activities' was used instead of the here used 'industrial and commercial sites'
For references, please go to www.eea.europa.eu/soer or scan the QR code.
This briefing is part of the EEA's report The European Environment - State and Outlook 2015. The EEA is an official agency of the EU, tasked with providing information on Europe’s environment.
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