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Renovation of Large-Panel Buildings in Context of Urban Renewal/ Remonty Budynków Wielkopłytowych, Jako Element Rewitalizacji Miast

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The article presents issues connected with renovating multi-storey precast concrete buildings, resulting from the consequences of construction defects occurring over the course of the building process and use of the buildings, as well as design flaws and construction defects when insulating external partitions. Analyses and conclusions which stem from them cover issues of renovation in the light of: damage in the vertical and horizontal joints, damage to the connection of layers in three-layer load-bearing and curtain walls, the effect of the damage on the possibilities of carrying out functional modernization of residential units, the effect of the damage on the effectiveness of thermo-modernization - new problems related to faulty insulation

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Aided Phytostabilization of Copper Contaminated Soils with L. Perenne and Mineral Sorbents as Soil Amendments

., Figueroa E., Cambrollé J.: Evaluation of the potential of Atriplex halimus stem cuttings for phytoremediation of metal-polluted soils, Ecological Engineering, 97 (2016) 553-557. 17. Mocek A., Drzymała S.: Genesis, analysis and soil classification. Poznan Univ. Life Sci. (in Polish), 2010. 18. Moreno-Jiménez E., Sepúlveda R., Esteban E., Beesley L.: Efficiency of organic and mineral based amendments to reduce metal[loid]mobility and uptake (Lolium perenne) from a pyrite-waste contaminated soil, Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 174

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