Social effects
Approaches taken to risk management / remediation can differ 
in the wider social effects (such as improving quality of
life).
In terms of the social element of sustainable development, 
a remediation projectís overall social performance is
the sum of the social elements of the core and non-core aims
of a remediation project. The core aims are those fixed by
the primary drivers and constraints of the project. Non-core
performance is related to wider social, economic and social
impacts and benefits. Wider social effects might include
a issues such as: effects of blight on quality of life, community
concerns about remedial approach, amenity value of the
site and provision of infrastructure.
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