It is essential in today’s environmentally conscious world that property owners manage contaminated land issues. Land which has been impacted by contaminants frequently forms the unseen financial and environmental liability associated with developing, owning or operating facilities. The financial and reputational costs associated with poor contaminated land management can be prohibitive. Regulators are increasingly scrutinising contaminated land management procedures and turning up the heat of operators with poor practices.
CRA’s technical expertise in contaminated land management allows clients to quantify their risks and prioritise their actions. We offer a complete range of contaminated land services including: Phase I due diligence assessments; conceptual models; ground investigation; human health, controlled water and gas risk assessments; and remedial design, implementation and verification. Where appropriate, CRA liaises with regulators to agree robust, cost-effective solutions.
CRA has been a global leader in contaminated land management since its involvement with the Love Canal Project, a New York State land remediation project which kick-started the US contaminated land industry as the first Superfund project. CRA lead the remediation of the site in 1977 and remains involved in monitoring and evaluation. To support our work in land management, CRA has developed specialist data collection tools and services, including automated field data collection and processing, and GIS applications.
For further information on how CRA can help you, please contact Nicole Gilmore on email@example.com or 0115 965 6700.