Dr. Hans Goossens holds a Masters in chemistry (microbiology) from the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Thereafter he conducted laboratory research in the field of organic geochemistry, for which he obtained a PhD degree from the Technical University Delft, The Netherlands. Since 1986 he has been employed by Delft Hydraulics, a research consultancy providing services on all matters related to water.
Articles By Hans Goossens
Two main classes of pollutants, heavy metals and organic micropollutants, are evaluated to determine the extent of environmental risks when dredging and how these can be controlled.