ANZECC

AcronymDefinition
ANZECCAustralian and New Zealand Environment and Conservation Council
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Areas with lead >25 times the ANZECC threshold have been discussed by Markus (2000), and were a result of direct dumping of lead soldering material into the soil.
ANZECC (2000a) 'Australian and New Zealand guidelines for fresh and marine water quality.
ANZECC (Australian and New Zealand Environment and Conservation Council) and NH&MRC (National Health and Medical Research Council) (1992) Australian and New Zealand Guidelines for the Assessment and Management of Contaminated Sites.
ANZECC and ARMCANZ (2000) Australian and New Zealand Guidelines for Fresh and Marine Water Quality.
ANZECC, ARMCANZ (2000) Australian and New Zealand guidelines for fresh and marine water quality 2000, No.
ANZECC and ARMCANZ (2000) 'Australian and New Zealand guidelines for fresh and marine water quality.
threshold concentration for environmental investigation set by ANZECC and NHMRC (1992), and in three vineyards was >100mg/kg, i.
ANZECC and NHMRC (1992) Australian and New Zealand Guidelines for the Assessment and Management of Contaminated Sites.
35 mg/L (Table 1), which were well below the ANZECC long-term trigger values for nitrate-N of 5 mg/L and the short-term trigger values of 25-125 mg/L (ANZECC/ARMCANZ 2000).
Concentrations of As, Cd, Pb and Se in the bulked leachate collected from the 50mg/kg treated soil were less than ANZECC limits ([micro]g/L: As 24, Cd 0.
Concentrations of B in the first and last leachates of soils treated at 50g/kg of fly ash or bottom ash <2 mm/kg soil (Table 4) were above the ANZECC B limit for good health of 95% of species in freshwater (370 [micro]g/L; ANZECC 2000).
If mismanaged, tidal flows, which often contain salinity concentrations in excess of ANZECC (2000) irrigation criteria, can overtop the drain levee bank causing inundation of low-lying floodplains with saline or brackish water.