AMIIGA project is run by a team of local public authorities, service providers and academic institutions that provide a balanced combination of technical, research, management and regulatory expertise.
The AMIIGA territories cover different types of brownfield related contamination, as well as different types of groundwater bodies (porous aquifers of alluvial plains, fractured and karstic aquifers). This covers pollution by traditional industrial activities - chlorinated hydrocarbons, agriculture - pesticides and fertilizers and mining related pollution.
AMIIGA project is coordinated by Central Mining Institute.
Central Mining Institute, Poland – Lead Partner - http://www.gig.eu
City of Jaworzno, Poland - www.jaworzno.pl
State Capital of Stuttgart, Germany - www.stuttgart.de
City of Novy Bydzov, Czech Republic - http://www.novybydzov.cz
Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic - www.tul.cz
Lombardy Region, Italy - www.regione.lombardia.it
Polytechnic University of Milan, Italy - http://www.polimi.it/en
City of Parma, Italy
Contact: Marco Ghirardi firstname.lastname@example.org
Geological Survey of Slovenia, Slovenia - www.geo-zs.si
Ljubljana Waterworks and Sewerage, Slovenia - www.vo-ka.si/en
University of Zagreb, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Croatia - www.grad.unizg.hr
Water supply company Zadar, Croatia - www.vodovod-zadar.hr