The results of the initial survey should be reported in such 
a way that the data collected (geophysics, intrusive, field
tests, groundwater, gas) are presented clearly and comprehensibly,
and should be assessed and related to the original hypothesis
for possible contaminating activities at the site.
The framework of a report should be formed by the principles 
of transparency, inclusiveness and auditability. The
information in the report should be complete according
to the reporting boundaries and time frame and relevant
to the decision-making needs of stakeholders. Quality
and reliability of the report content are guided by the principles
of neutrality, comparability and accuracy. The principles
of clarity and timeliness govern the access and availability
of reports (Global Reporting Initiative 2002).
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