onsite soil containment and gas mitigation

By |2024-06-20T01:04:58+00:00June 19th, 2024|Articles|

As the population grows and land becomes a further premium, site remediation addresses the need to restore contaminated land to provide land for development or public space particularly in an urban environment. Remediation is essential to mitigate health risks, enhance urban aesthetics, reclaim usable space, and promote sustainable development. Effective remediation improves environmental quality and

EPA designation

By |2023-05-30T05:23:18+00:00May 30th, 2023|Articles|

EPA designation May 2023 Designation/ redesignation of reportable priority wastes (RPW) for offsite containment or disposal To satisfy its General Environmental Duty (GED), the waste producer is required to classify its waste prior to offsite disposal in line with Environment Protection Regulations 2021. Waste defined as Reportable Priority Waste (RPW) may be designated by the

Contaminated site remediation options, price and planning

By |2022-09-16T10:42:40+00:00September 1st, 2022|Articles|

Using EPA hierarchy of waste: avoidance reuse recycling recovery of energy treatment containment disposal site remedial options onsite are often poorly understood and poorly planned. A clear vision and direction from as early as possible in the project lifecycle and collaborative communications with project stakeholders are key to a successful remediation project.  Effective communication, diligent

Victorian contaminated site remediation management obligations

By |2022-09-17T00:42:38+00:00September 1st, 2022|Articles|

When land contamination is present, or the landowner or manager “in management or control” of the land suspects it’s present, they have a duty to manage the risks from that contamination on your site. This is the case even if the contamination happened before the landowner or manager took control of the land. Anyone that

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