New Guidance and Emerging topics in Land Contamination
12 November 2008, London VOCs and Ground Gases: Sampling, Risk Assessment & Remediation
13 November 2008, London
New Guidance and Emerging topics in Land Contamination    
12 November 2008, London    
   
   
How will the outcome of 'The Way Forward' affect the way you do your job? How will the new position affect planning and Part IIA in the future? What are the implications 
for Local Authorities and the positive outcomes? Review the key changes of the revised CLR 9 and CLR 10 guidance. Get a demonstration of the new CLEA software.
Explore implications of the legal definition of Part IIA. Don't miss this chance to ask questions, debate the implications, and get answers. Key benefits to attend and key issues to explore: Discuss the issues that matter to you and get practical solutions Network with key players in the industry Hear from top industry speakers and benefit from panel discussions and debate Review the outcome of “The Way Forward” and the new guidelines, including positive and negative practical implications in the real environment Get responses from Defra Review the revised CLR 9 Guidance on assessing the human toxicology of substances Explore the clarification of risk basis for Health Criteria Values Examine the revised CLR10 guidance on exposure modelling Experience a demonstration of the new CLEA software For more information or to book, please download the PDF brochure, contact us on conference@newzeye.com, or call 020 8969 1008. http://www.newzeye.com/certaadmin/conf ... VOCs and Ground Gases: Sampling, Risk Assessment & Remediation 13 November 2008, London With 60% of all new homes being built on Brownfield sites, more and more uncertainty is arising around investigation and remediation of Ground Gases and VOCs.
This Conference highlights best practices in laboratory sampling, modelling, safety, risk assessment, remediation and how to avoid the pitfalls of Part
IIA Risk Assessment. Some of the sessions will include: Safety issues whilst drilling Brian Stringer, British Drilling Association Assessment and management of VOC vapours from contaminated ground on brownfield sites Katy Baker, Arcadis Geraghty and Miller Petroleum hydrocarbon VOC assessment: sampling vs modelling Jonathan Parry and Edward Stutt, SLR Consulting Post development and remediation issues for regulators and landowners Phil Crowcroft and Jason Clay ERM Generic Risk Assessment Models for Bulk Gases Sarah Stroud, RSK Ensuring vapour barriers eliminate the threat of vapour intrusion Peter Grant, Land Science Technologies Site specific risk assessment Hugh Mallett, Buro Happold Ground gas risk assessment for Part IIA sites Steve Wilson, EPG Limited Vale Royal Leftwich Part IIA Case Study Rupert Adams, Royal Vale Council For more information or to book, please download the PDF brochure, contact us on conference@newzeye.com, or call 020 8969 1008. http://www.newzeye.com/certaadmin/conf ...
Posted: 20/10/2008 By: Miss Yolanda Kilama



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