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If significant contamination is identified at a site then we can design a remediation strategy and methodology to mitigate this risk.
The remedial approach comprises four key steps:
Remediation techniques are used to break pollutant linkages, thereby making a site safe. Remediation techniques include:
A Remediation Strategy comprises an outline of the remedial solutions and the monitoring objectives to be put in place throughout the remediation works.
The most appropriate remedial solution is dependent on site-specific factors, including:
The Remedial Strategy will need to be agreed with the regulatory authorities before remediation works take place, and Mabbett can offer support throughout this process.
A Verification Report outlines the requirements of the remediation works including compliance criteria and monitoring details. The report is put in place to make sure that the remediation works are being carried out in-line with the Remedial Strategy and outlines what records are required for verification by Mabbett.
The Verification Report demonstrates how a contamination risk has been reduced and whether the specific remedial objectives have been met.
You may need to do long-term monitoring or post-remediation monitoring to provide further verification information. This may be required as part of a planning condition, or as part of the site investigation.
The requirements for long-term or post-remediation monitoring is specified within the Remedial Strategy.