Description of the procedure for selecting environmental remediation measures and obtaining prior approval regulates selection and pre-selection of environmental remediation measures and approval procedures. The description of the procedure shall apply when: (a) caused damage is associated with adverse effects on a favorable protected species to achieve or maintain a favorable conservation status for habitats; (b) damage to the ecological, chemical and/or quantitative status of surface water or groundwater condition and/or ecological potential; (c) damage is caused to soil, i.e. contamination of land where the pollutants spread to the surface, penetrated into or below the ground (into subsoil); and (d) damage is caused to the condition of the landscape. If an economic entity causes damage to the land, it must take the necessary measures to ensure that pollutants are contained and removed or reduced soil pollution, in view of its current use and its future use at the time of the damage, so that it no longer represents risk of adverse effects on human health. Such a danger shall be assessed using risk assessment procedures, taking into account the properties and functions of land, the type and concentration of harmful substances, preparations, organisms and micro-organisms, their risks, and dispersal potential.