unexcavated in Italian
(b) land (in situ) including unexcavated contaminated soil and buildings permanently connected with land;
According to the European Court of Justice, unexcavated contaminated soil should be considered as waste.
American Samoa features superb scenery and some of the finest white sandy beaches and coral reefs in the region and is considered the traditional birthplace of Samoa with archaeological sites, most of which are unexcavated.
Archaeological site: one of the pyramids of the archaeological site, still unexcavated.
CHILDRESS: The site of Palenque is still a vast unexcavated site.
In this way the images of Xavier Ribas, entitled Estructures invisibles, show us images of the jungle where the limits of the unexcavated areas of the Waka site begin.
The area in question is the site of a hitherto unexcavated Roman settlement and is, therefore, currently being evaluated by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Assets and Activities with a view to its being designated as a cultural heritage site.
the exclusions from the scope in Article 2, which clarifies among others the situation in relation to land (in situ), including unexcavated contaminated soil, and buildings permanently connected with land,
To date, the site is still unexcavated, due to dangerously high levels of mercury.
This option, which would maintain the existing structure below the North Lawn, proposes new construction around the printing plant along the east, north and west sides of the remaining unexcavated space under the North Lawn.