Contaminated Land Investigation

Contaminated Land Investigation

There has been an increase in legislation governing contaminated land and groundwater in recent years.  This,  coupled with increasing pressure to redevelop brownfield sites has resulted in a much greater need to characterise soils and groundwater both physically and...
Phase I Contaminated Land Assessment

Phase I Contaminated Land Assessment

A Phase I contaminated land assessment consists of a desk based study followed by a site walkover survey. Phase I investigations are carried out in accordance with the Environment Agency CLR11 guidelines and relevant BSI standards. Environmental Regulators recommend...
Phase II (Intrusive) Contaminated Land Investigation

Phase II (Intrusive) Contaminated Land Investigation

A Phase II contaminated land assessment is required where the conceptual model developed during Phase I identifies areas of high risk that cannot be mitigated, or where further information is required (i.e. where a risk of soil or groundwater contamination exists)....
Intrusive Investigations using the Geoprobe

Intrusive Investigations using the Geoprobe

Intrusive Investigations using the Geoprobe The geoprobe is mounted on a small self-propelled tracked vehicle making the system highly mobile, capable of sampling in most terrains down to a depth of 25 meters. It can sample groundwater, soil and soil-gas in all...
Surface and Groundwater Monitoring

Surface and Groundwater Monitoring

Surface and Groundwater Monitoring Contamination on sites with an industrial history can impact on a number of environmental receptors including groundwater. For this reason many sites are required to routinely monitor a network of boreholes and surface waters....