Commercialising reclaimed materials in earthworks – guidelines for productization and the process of appending these materials in the Finnish national code of practice

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Commercialising reclaimed materials in earthworks – guidelines for productization and the process of appending these materials in the Finnish national code of practice. / Koivisto, Kirsi; Forsman, Juha; Ronkainen, Marjo; Lahtinen, Pentti; Kolisoja, Pauli; Kuula, Pirjo.

Proceedings of the 17th Nordic Geotechnical Meeting Reykjavik Iceland: Challenges in Nordic Geotechnic 25th - 28th of May. Icelandic Geotechnical Society, 2016. s. 1117-1126.

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Koivisto, K, Forsman, J, Ronkainen, M, Lahtinen, P, Kolisoja, P & Kuula, P 2016, Commercialising reclaimed materials in earthworks – guidelines for productization and the process of appending these materials in the Finnish national code of practice. julkaisussa Proceedings of the 17th Nordic Geotechnical Meeting Reykjavik Iceland: Challenges in Nordic Geotechnic 25th - 28th of May. Icelandic Geotechnical Society, Sivut 1117-1126, Reykjavik, Islanti, 25/05/2016.

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Koivisto, K., Forsman, J., Ronkainen, M., Lahtinen, P., Kolisoja, P., & Kuula, P. (2016). Commercialising reclaimed materials in earthworks – guidelines for productization and the process of appending these materials in the Finnish national code of practice. teoksessa Proceedings of the 17th Nordic Geotechnical Meeting Reykjavik Iceland: Challenges in Nordic Geotechnic 25th - 28th of May (Sivut 1117-1126). Icelandic Geotechnical Society.

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Koivisto K, Forsman J, Ronkainen M, Lahtinen P, Kolisoja P, Kuula P. Commercialising reclaimed materials in earthworks – guidelines for productization and the process of appending these materials in the Finnish national code of practice. julkaisussa Proceedings of the 17th Nordic Geotechnical Meeting Reykjavik Iceland: Challenges in Nordic Geotechnic 25th - 28th of May. Icelandic Geotechnical Society. 2016. s. 1117-1126

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Koivisto, Kirsi ; Forsman, Juha ; Ronkainen, Marjo ; Lahtinen, Pentti ; Kolisoja, Pauli ; Kuula, Pirjo. / Commercialising reclaimed materials in earthworks – guidelines for productization and the process of appending these materials in the Finnish national code of practice. Proceedings of the 17th Nordic Geotechnical Meeting Reykjavik Iceland: Challenges in Nordic Geotechnic 25th - 28th of May. Icelandic Geotechnical Society, 2016. Sivut 1117-1126

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