Contaminated Land - Achievements and Aspirations (2004)

Proceedings of a conference organised by the Environment Group of the Society of Chemical 
and the Water Science Forum of the Royal Society of Chemistry, with 
support from FirstFaraday.
12–15 September 2004 at Loughborough University, UK


Environmental Analysis Group for Laboratory Excellence (EAGLE)
Sue Owen

MCERTS: challenges to RM production
Jeff Ruddle

1979–2004: Twenty-five golden years? Is Part IIA good law, or good for lawyers?
Stephen Tromans

Barriers to the effective implementation of the Part IIA contaminated land regime
and recommendations for progress
Dr Bill Baker

Human health risk assessments for contaminated sites: a retrospective view
and forward look
Professor Simon Pollard

Beyond CLEA
Caroline McCaffrey and Paul Nathanail

Managing the risks from petroleum hydrocarbons at contaminated sites:
achievements and future research directions
S.J.T. Pollard, R. Duarte-Davidson, K. Askari and E. Stutt

Regeneration of brownfield sites that may contain potentially expansive ferrous slags
A. M. Dunster, S. J. Lane and T. I. Longworth

Practical issues in the performance assessment of monitored natural attenuation
in groundwater
Steven F Thornton, Philip Morgan and Ryan D Wilson

Thirty years of site investigation – more but is it better?
Michael A Smith

Sustainable control of landfill gas
G.B. Card

Uncertainty from sampling: how its estimation can make site investigation more reliable
Michael H. Ramsey

Cost-based optimisation of measurement uncertainty: a case study of contrasting remedial options within a contaminated land investigation
Paul D. Taylor and Michael H. Ramsey

Gas protection – a common sense approach
Steve Wilson, Geoff Card and Sarah Haines

The use of flux chambers in contaminated land investigation and risk assessment
G. Digges La Touche and L. Heasman

Characterising landfill waste – a testing time
M. Cohen

Addressing the financial risks of contamination
David Brierley

“Triple bottom line” land development
Mike Patterson and Martin Petersen

NHBC – raising the standards
George Fordyce