The application of MNA in Europe
Monitored Natural Attenuation (MNA) is becoming more and more accepted in a
growing number of European countries. So far, there is no common approach for the use of MNA in Europe. Some countries already have national guidelines/regulations in place accounting for country-specific environmental requirements. The fundamental processes behind NA are summarized and the common methodology for the application of MNA in the
field is presented. Examples of URS-related experience with MNA in a variety of European countries are given.