Exploratory and descriptivesoil investigations and preparation of earthmoving report, remediation if necessary.
THE VARIOUS STEPS
FROM SOIL INVESTIGATION TO REMEDIATION
Before any remediation can take place, the first step is to ascertain 'IF' contamination is present on the soil. This is done in an exploratory soil survey.
The soil expert examines whether there is historical contamination that is a clear indication of serious soil contamination or new contamination that exceeds or threatens to exceed soil remediation standards. After all, in these cases, a follow-up step is required.
The next step is to determine the extent of the contamination and whether it needs to be remediated. This is done in a descriptive soil survey*.
You are building and you need to excavate an amount of soil and have it removed. All these works release soil materials.
The earth-moving regulations set out what needs to be done when you carry out earthworks.
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