I am very pleased to invite you to attend the CL:AIRE 20th Anniversary Conference, which will be held in London on 14th November 2019.
The Conference is being held to celebrate CL:AIRE’s 20th year anniversary and our industry’s achievements over the two decades. As significant as these landmarks are we will even more importantly be looking to the future and the challenges we may face.
The Conference Programme is split between two lecture theatres, one focusing on technology and innovation in site investigation and remediation and the other on sustainable soil reuse and the Definition of Waste Code of Practice.
Due to the nature of the parallel sessions we hope to attract large audiences, we have space for over 200 delegates, and the event presents an ideal opportunity to meet colleagues, establish new friendships and cross-fertilise new ideas.
We have organised a drinks and canapé reception in the Great Hall at One Great George Street after the event for delegates to meet and share in our celebration.
We are especially grateful for our sponsors for without their support this conference would not have been possible.
Richard Froggatt, Chairman of CL:AIRE’s Board of Trustees
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To support the publication of the Joint Industry Working Group’s Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012: Interpretation for Managing and Working with Asbestos in Soil and Construction and Demolition (C&D) materials: Industry Guidance (shortened name CAR-SOILTM), CL:AIRE has launched a package of training courses across the UK.
CAR-SOILTM is the authoritative document interpreting the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 (CAR 2012 or the Regulations) as applied to working with ground materials contaminated by asbestos, having been prepared with the support of the Health and Safety Executive. It presents the definitive explanation of how the legal requirements of CAR 2012 have been interpreted to apply to work with asbestos contaminated soil and C&D materials.
The guidance in CAR-SOILTM is underpinned by the fundamental requirements expressed in the Regulations, in relation to the protection of employees from risks related to exposure to asbestos, but is set within a carefully considered framework designed specifically for soil and C&D materials.
The DoW CoP provides a clear, consistent and efficient process which enables the reuse of excavated materials on-site or their movement between sites.
Use of the DoW CoP supports the sustainable and cost effective development of land. It can provide an alternative to Environmental Permits or Waste Exemptions.
The DoW CoP enables:
The Course is designed for: Geoenvironmental consultants; Developers and House Builders; Building contractors;
Membrane installers; Building surveyors; Building Control Officers; Contaminated Land Officers; CDM duty holders: Clients, Principal Designers and Principal Contractors; Property Managers
The National Quality Mark Scheme for Land Contamination Management has been developed by the Land Forum to provide visible identification of documents that have been checked for quality by a Suitably Qualified and experienced Person (SQP).