Decontamination (sometimes abbreviated as decon, dcon, or decontam) is the process of removing contaminants on an object or area, including chemicals, micro-organisms or radioactive substances. This may be achieved by chemical reaction, disinfection or physical removal. It refers to specific action taken to reduce the hazard posed by such contaminants, as opposed to general cleaning. Decontamination is most commonly used in medical environments, including dentistry, surgery and veterinary science, in the process of food preparation, in environmental science, and in forensic science.



World Bank Group · 11 June 2024 English

incidents, Explosive Remnants of War (ERW), decontamination and demining concerns. Additional threats to

World Bank Group · 10 June 2024 English

/ Equipment for Fumigation Laboratory a nd Decontamination of Agen cy of Plant Protection and Q uarantine

World Bank Group · 4 June 2024 English

2022-05-14 SVGRHP-G-RFQ-6 / COVID-19 Response - Decontamination Equipment. IDA / 64810 Contingency Emergency

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try to induce vomiting. Gastrointestinal decontamination by activated charcoal should be done only appropriate and the airway is protected. Charcoal decontamination may be effective only up to two hours post-ingestion

EIGE: European Institute for Gender Equality · 30 May 2024 English

In the context of the achievement of EU commitments, goals and ob- green transition, a gender-responsive evaluation jectives under the ‘Better regulation’ frame- generates information that allows policymakers work, the …

the amount of usable soil (e.g. through land decontamination)? Does the policy lead to lead use change?

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