Note: For Tools in the A – L Range, click here.. Made-As-Part-Of (MAPO): A level of the bill of material that is ignored by the MRP system for scheduling. The subassembly is, as the name implies, made as a part of the next higher level assembly.
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5.1. Immobilization Techniques. Ex situ and in situ immobilization techniques are practical approaches to remediation of metal-contaminated soils. The ex situ technique is applied in areas where highly contaminated soil must be removed from its place of origin, and its storage is connected with a high ecological risk (e.g., in the case of radio nuclides).