Remediation Action Planning
Site remediation can be a costly and time-consuming process. It can be a balance between remediating now or potentially being left with an issue that may be more costly to fix in the future.
Greencap’s experienced team uses their expertise to understand clients’ objectives and the site-specific conditions before providing a range of cost-effective options to manage contamination.
Remedial works should be completed in conjunction with the development process to streamline costs. As such, Greencap are familiar with remediation master planning and are able to provide sound advice during the design and construction phases of the works.
Advice is commercially-focussed and is founded on a risk-based approach to contamination and remediation, thereby assisting clients in navigating the trade-offs between cost imperatives, project timeframes, regulatory requirements and community expectations.
- Compliance with regulator issued notices
- Removal of environmental and financial liabilities before or after the purchase of a site
- Estimation of financial liabilities associated with contamination when divesting or purchasing a property
- Remediation Master Planning
- Project Management
- Soil and groundwater treatment solutions
- Management of large-scale earthworks projects
- Preliminary design of containment cells
- Preparation of Underground Petroleum Storage Systems (UPSS) management systems
- Removal of Underground Petroleum Storage Systems (UPSS)
- Soil and groundwater treatability studies
- Assessment and remediation and/or management of asbestos in soils
- Groundwater remediation feasibility assessments
- Site Management Plans (SMPs)
- Remediation Action Plans (RAPs)
- Completion of Groundwater Beneficial Use Assessments for submission to the authorities
- Negotiation of outcomes with the relevant authorities and government departments
- In situ and ex situ groundwater remediation.
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