Further description:- Hungary  Mega-sites 

Glossary Entry:- Hungary  Mega-sites
Mega-sites are large scale contaminated sites, which pose a large potential or an actual risk of deterioration 
to groundwater, sediment, soil and surface-water quality. These expensive sites such as mine sites
and asbestos sites, require complicated and costly remediation. They are extremely complicated
cleanups that are resource intensive, have different sources, and can take years to remediate.
Overview
Hungary does not formally recognise the term mega-sites, and they are dealt with under general contaminated 
land and brownfields initiatives. A general outline of megasite issues is available in the 'content'
section.
1. General Approach
Hungary does not formally recognise the term mega-sites, and they are dealt with under general contaminated 
land and brownfields initiatives. Outline of these can be viewed elsewhere in the Hungarian pages.
A general outline of megasite issues is available in the 'content' section.
 
2. Policy and Regulation
2.1 Policy
Hungary does not formally recognise the term mega-sites, and they are dealt with under general contaminated 
land and brownfields initiatives.
 
2.2 Regulation
Hungary does not formally recognise the term mega-sites, and they are dealt with under general contaminated 
land and brownfields initiatives.
 
3. Funding
Site Project Funding


 
        
R&D funding
No further funding information available on the EUGRIS system
Market Information


 
    
4: Management tools / decision support and guidance

No further information available

5. Authors


 
    
6. Acknowledgements