Research and Experimentation
Risk security and soil loss mitigation: the EU case study of the Sufalnet Project
- Environmental Recovery,
- Soil Loss,
- Model Strategy,
- Life Cycle
How to Cite
Rigillo, M. (2014). Risk security and soil loss mitigation: the EU case study of the Sufalnet Project. TECHNE - Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment, (8), 163–170. https://doi.org/10.13128/Techne-15071
AbstractFormer and abandoned landfills represent a good opportunity for producing new impervious surfaces for the urban environment, contrasting soil loss (specially the agricultural one) and improving the recovery of brownfield. From such perspective, landfill redevelopment could be intended as the beginning of a new life cycle for the site, corresponding to a kick off action for achieving environmental and socio-economic development. This is the purpose of the Sufalnet Project (Sustainable Use of Former and Abandoned Landfill) that defines a new approach for landfill redevelopment in form of model strategy by which reducing both the risk of the project failure and of the environmental pollution. Model strategy acts as cultural device for managing redevelop- ment process and its complexity.
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