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Remediation Consultants

Remediation Consultants 

 

Remediation Consultants 

 

Providing a full service from initial desk studies, to site investigations, and through to remediation consultants and validation, agb Environmental work with you at every stage for a complete and consistent project.

With remediation consultants available to help confidently deal with areas of land found to host contaminates, the expert team will be able to ensure stakeholders, LPA’s and regulators are happy with the outcome.

agb Environmental’s remediation consultants provide a number of services, such as Remediation Strategies, Method Statements and Remediation Options Appraisals.

Alongside validation, our remediation consultants understand how to cope with contamination discovered in initial assessments. They take into account the importance of maximum project value, whilst still carrying out work to the highest of standards and to legal requirements. Our remediation consultants integrate into your project team to allow for cohesive working.

Our experienced remediation consultants have a hub of industry knowledge to find the right solution for contaminated land issues. Having learnt that regulations and validation needs are of the upmost importance, you can guarantee that these will be dealt with effectively.

Using a number of insitu and exsitu remediation methods, our remediation consultants will know which method will be the most cost effective for your individual project.

Past clients that have used our remediation consultants include schools, residential and commercial developments and former filling stations.

To contact our remediation consultants call 01638 663226.

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Changes To Ground Gas Investigation

A revised version of BS 10175, the British standard for the investigation of potentially contaminated sites, has recently been published.

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Trees: A Contentious Issue

Whether removal or retention of trees is preferred, developers must remain aware of the ways in which to work with these ‘material constraints’. Tree considerations are a vital part of the planning process. The Local Planning Authority (LPA) may require that the best trees be retained within any development. The British Standard BS 5837:2012 provides guidance to ensure retained trees are maintained in the best condition, whilst maximising their contribution to development.

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Defra’s Category 4 Screening Levels Assessment Faces Challenges

Defra has released its provisional C4SLs for the assessment of land affected by contamination, but the new screening levels face some challenges when it comes to assessing land under the Town & Country Planning Act.

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