Remedial Method Statement

Remedial Method Statement from Sevenoaks Environmental Consultancy Ltd

By: Sevenoaks Environmental Consultancy Ltd  05/11/2010
Keywords: Contaminated Land, land remediation, Brownfield Reclamation

This is a document that can be required by the regulators prior to remedial works on site to help demonstrate that the site / issue has been adequately characterised, that the remedial works will be appropriately managed and that the works will be adequately validated and reported on.  The risks posed by contamination may often increase during remedial works given that it is normally disturbed in some way and or transported and so regulators also look to see that such risks have been considered and measures or procedures are in place to manage these risks (e.g. such as dust surpression).       

Keywords: Brownfield Reclamation, Contaminated Land, land remediation

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