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remediation and management of a contaminated site. Depending on specific site circumstances, stakeholders may include residents, site owners, public health officials, government regulatory authorities, media, businesses working on site, and environmental or other action/interest groups, as well as site owners and people working on the project. INTRODUCTION. A large number of contaminated sites are disseminated in over the postindustrialized countries (estimated European contaminated sites vary from , to million [EC ]; on average, 5 contaminated sites per 1, inhabitants) with expected high financial consequences (e.g., overall costs for the remediation of European contaminated sites range between 59 and billion Cited by: The stakeholders at the c ore of the decision making process for site remediation are typically the site owner and/or polluter, wh oever is being affected by pollution, the service provider and. hazardous waste sites. Specific examples of method application are given when possible and references for each technique are provided should more detailed information be desired. Remediation methods, categorized as biological, chemical, or physical, are covered for contaminated .
Part II discusses how risks from contaminated land are managed and the role of different remediation approaches to achieving this. This book is of great value for 2 nd /3 rd /4 th year undergraduates and MSc students in Environmental Science, Environmental Technology, Environmental Management, Geography, Geology, Estate and Land Management. It. Current approach to remediation and management of contaminated sites in Australia 7 Requirement for remediation 7 Preferred remediation and management hierarchy 8 Management decision making process 9 Step 1: state the problem 10 Step 2: identify the decision/goal of the remediation 1. Introduction. Decisions regarding the risk management (RM) of contaminated sites in Finland have typically been based on generic guideline values which do not consider site-specific risks (Sorvari & Assmuth, , Maring et al., ).In most cases, the direct costs, time and achievable risk reduction are still the only criteria involved in the decision-making (Sorvari, , Sorvari et al. contamination management options assessment process; and 4. Three case studies to demonstrate how the principles of sustainability may be incorporated into the remediation options assessment process. 1 Sustainable Remediation Forum Australia , ‘A framework for assessing the sustainability of soil and groundwater remediation.
Our contaminated site practitioners guide our clients through a specialized remediation plan, consult on regulatory strategies, and develop a comprehensive cleanup approach. We can address numerous types of media, including contaminated soils, sediments, and groundwater. Advancing the State of the Practice. For the federal state of Baden-Wiirttemberg, Germany, the decision tool “Umweltbilanz von Altlastensanierungsverfahren” has been developed and found suitable for the quantification and evaluation of environmental impacts caused by remediation of contaminated sites. The developed tool complements the remediation toolbox of Baden-Wiirttemberg. A holistic process for remediation management, termed “adaptive site management” is recommended. Using this guidance can improve decision making and remediation management. The guidance is intended to benefit a variety of site decision makers, including regulators, responsible parties and their consultants, and public and tribal stakeholders. Under the scheme, the management of contaminated sites involves both contaminated site consultants and accredited site auditors. Contaminated site consultants, typically engaged by the site owner or developer, conduct site assessments, undertake any necessary remediation .