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J Korean Soc Environ Eng > Volume 38(7); 2016 > Article
J Korean Soc Environ Eng 2016;38(7): 377-386. doi: https://doi.org/10.4491/KSEE.2016.38.7.377
전국 토양오염실태 및 공공택지개발지구의 오염토양 관리
오정익1, 진규남1, 이현정2
1한국토지주택공사 토지주택연구원 미래기술연구실
2경희대학교 주거환경학과
Soil Pollution and Contaminated Soil Management of the Public Housing Agency in Residential Land Development
Jeongik Oh1, Kyunam Jin1, Hyunjeong Lee2
1Advanced Technology Research Team, Land & Housing Institute, Korea Land & Housing Corporation
2Department of Housing & Interior Design, Kyung Hee University
Corresponding author  Hyunjeong Lee ,Tel: 02-961-9192 , Fax: 02-961-9192, Email: ecohousing@khu.ac.kr
Received: January 8, 2016;  Revised: March 28, 2016;  Accepted: June 30, 2016.  Published online: July 31, 2016.
The purposes of this research are to examine soil pollution in the nation and to explore the contaminated soil management of the public housing agency in public land for residential development. In so doing, the primary and secondary data were utilized, the former made use of the public data annually released by the Korea Ministry of Environment, and the latter relied on a self-administerd questionnaire survey conducted in the staff of the public housing agency, particularly those in charge of soil contamination in large-scale land, housing and urban development projects. The findings reveal that the national concentrations of 21 inorganic and organic soil contaminants (e.g., Cd, Cu, As, Hg, Pb, Cr, Zn, Ni, F, P, PCB, CN, Phenol, BTEX, TPH, TCE, PCE, Benzo(a)pyrene, and pH) in the land were extracted to be well below the risk level designated by the statutory guidance while industrial areas had them at a relatively modest level. In addition, the survey results indicate that the public housing agency didn’t establish specific and clear guidelines for soil pollution and its remediation in the residential land development, so that contaminated sites have been primarily remediated by outsourcing companies. As the unexpected occurrence of contaminated sites causes the incurring expenses added to total project budget, the provision of both professional training and on-site manuals with the sufficient information on techniques and methods of soil contamination is critical to promptly and systematically deal with soil pollution.
Key Words: Soil Pollution, Soil Contaminants, Contaminated Soil Management, Public Land, Residential Development
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