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CL:AIRE is a UK charity committed to providing a valuable service for all those involved in sustainable land reuse.
We develop training resources, disseminate information and act as a credible resource for all stakeholders, ensuring we remain at the cutting-edge of best practice and innovation.

 

Improving efficiency & raising standards
Improving efficiency & raising standards
Definition of Waste Code of Practice (DoWCoP), National Quality Mark Scheme for Land Affected by Contamination (NQMS), Asbestos in Soil, SuRF...
Supporting our Members
Supporting our Members
Find out about the benefits of becoming a CL:AIRE Principal or Supporter Member:- Member discounts, Networking, Working Groups, ...
Sharing Knowledge & Developing People
Sharing Knowledge & Developing People
Water and Land Library ( WALL), Continuing Professional development through Training and workshops...
CL:AIRE Membership
CL:AIRE works with its Members to raise awareness and pursue shared objectives in land, water and environmental management by collecting strategic industry information and developing industry initiatives that improve efficiency and save money.
Gas Protection Verification Scheme (GPVS)
The GPVS seeks to raise standards in membrane inspection, verification and reporting and provide confidence that risks associated with ground gases have been adequately managed.
Definition of Waste Code of Practice
The Definition of Waste Code of Practice (DoWCoP) provides a clear, consistent and efficient process which enables the reuse of excavated materials on-site or their movement between sites.

Find out more...Register of materials...
Make a declaration...
NQMS for Land Contamination Management
The National Quality Mark Scheme for Land Contamination Management (NQMS) is developed by the National Brownfield Forum to provide visible identification of documents that have been checked for quality.

CL:AIRE made its Supporter Membership Scheme accessible to Local Authority (LA) personnel from 1 November 2017. There is no charge (i.e. it is free)

What will this mean?
LAs will have the same status as our current Supporter Members and have a dedicated LA landing page on the CL:AIRE website. Unlike our other membership categories, LA Supporter Membership will be managed on an individual basis (rather than by organisation).

Why should LAs join?
Membership benefits will include:

  • Free access to the online publications library
  • Free access to CL:AIRE's website, including the Water and Land Library (WALL), a repository for industry guidance and support material
  • Free invitations to CL:AIRE's regular networking events around the UK
  • Receiving Members' eAlert to get the latest CL:AIRE and industry news
  • Use of CL:AIRE members discussion forum on LinkedIn
  • Receiving our State of the Market Reports
  • Access to CL:AIRE's free eLearning modules on options appraisal and remediation technologies
  • 15% discount to all other training & eLearning

As this Membership Category grows, there will be opportunities to expand the benefits. For example, there is the potential to develop a private online discussion forum and / or bespoke training in consultation with LA needs.

Why is CL:AIRE doing this?
Our main driver is to improve communication and information sharing with LAs. We want to include all the key stakeholders in sustainable land reuse in CL:AIRE's membership. Currently LAs are not well represented yet are integral to the industry. We recognise LAs are interested in CL:AIRE's services and activities, and understand that funding is limited.

How do you join?
You will simply need to register on the CL:AIRE website, using your .gov.uk email address. If you're already registered on the website with your .gov.uk email address, then just email rob.sweeney@claire.co.uk to confirm you'd like to become a Member. If you've registered with a personal email address instead of a work one, then you should log in and change the email address to your work one on your profile. Once you’ve done this, we can simply switch on your membership at the back-end of the website.

  • CL:AIRE Principal Membership is for organisations looking to raise their company profile within and outside the industry and is available for an annual contribution of £3,000 ex VAT.
  • CL:AIRE Supporter Membership is for organisations looking to improve and gain greater technical support and is available for an annual contribution of £500 ex VAT per organisation (£100 ex VAT for public sector or sole trader). Local Authorities receive Supporter Membership for free, for more information and details on how to sign up click here).

 

Benefits Free Supporter Principal
    £500 / year £3,000 / year
1. Invitations to task groups - The ability to help the development of our industry-led initiatives.     Y
2. Organisation’s logo and 100 word profile located on the CL:AIRE website which is a key resource for industry.     Y
3. Use of the CL:AIRE Principal Member logo and certificate as evidence of your commitment to sustainable land reuse.     Y
4. Priority Help Desk Support for general contaminated / brownfield land enquiries.     Y
5. Annual one-to-one meetings to raise industry issues and show how and where CL:AIRE and its members can develop solutions.     Y
6. Priority branding opportunities to gain presence and show evidence of support for sustainable land reuse.     Y
7. Greater brand exposure and networking opportunities within the CL:AIRE Members' network.     Y
8. Invitation to the annual Chairman's Dinner.     Y
9. CL:AIRE Members are listed and hyperlinked on the CL:AIRE website.   Y Y
10. Company name listed in first eAlert on the month of joining or renewal.   Y Y
11. Reduced fees for CL:AIRE events and training courses.   15% 25%
12. Invitation to Members’ Business Networking events.   Y Y
13. Advertise internships, graduate opportunities and careers fairs.   Y Y
14. Access to CL:AIRE’s monthly eAlerts containing industry information, news, events and training. Y Y Y
15. Complete access to all CL:AIRE publications and the Water and Land Library (WALL). Y Y Y

Principal Membership Details

Principal Membership is available for an annual contribution of £3,000 ex VAT.

CL:AIRE works with its Principal Members to raise their awareness of and pursue shared objectives in land, water and environmental management.

CL:AIRE develops major initiatives which directly benefit the industry (e.g. The Definition of Waste: Development Industry Code of Practice, Asbestos in Soil and Construction & Demolition Materials Code of Practice, SuRF-UK - Sustainable Remediation Framework and perform the Land Forum Secretariat).

CL:AIRE supports its Principal Members by providing information and guidance relating to the sustainable reuse of land. CL:AIRE develop best practice guides and provide training and assessment programmes. This helps companies raise their performance, minimise risks and gain greater recognition.

To register for CL:AIRE Membership please click here>>>


Supporter Membership Details

CL:AIRE Supporter Membership is available for an annual contribution of £500 ex VAT per organisation (£100 ex VAT public sector or sole trader). Local Authorities receive Supporter Membership for free (from 1 November 2017), for more information and details on how to sign up click here).

CL:AIRE raises the profile of Supporters amongst our Principal Members within the CL:AIRE network.

CL:AIRE works with its Supporters to collect and use strategic industry information for the purposes of developing industry initiatives to solve problems, save money and create opportunities.

The overriding concept of the Supporters Membership Scheme is to work in partnership and provide a secure home for this information which is shared back with its contributors to provide market intelligence.

When your organisation becomes a CL:AIRE Supporter we foster regular communication to collect and share important information about sustainable land reuse. In return, CL:AIRE offers Supporters a range of benefits.

Supporters are asked to provide specific information regarding their organisation and work.

As well as forming the basis of the State of the Market Report, the information gained from this process is used to help the implementation of new initiatives for the industry by providing a comprehensive repository of sector information.

For example, Supporters will be asked to provide as much information as they are able and comfortable to, on their staff numbers and their skills and qualifications; the amount and type of projects in which they have been involved; and where possible, specific details on solution design, costs, project savings etc.

The information provided will assist CL:AIRE in the design of new services, such as new training courses, assessments or guidance such that we can offer greater benefit to our Members and the industry.

To register for CL:AIRE Membership please click here>>>


Local Authority Supporter Membership Details

CL:AIRE made its Supporter Membership Scheme accessible to Local Authority (LA) personnel from 1 November 2017. There is no charge (i.e. it is free)

What will this mean?
LAs will have the same status as our current Supporter Members and have a dedicated LA landing page on the CL:AIRE website. Unlike our other membership categories, LA Supporter Membership will be managed on an individual basis (rather than by organisation).

Why should LAs join?
Membership benefits will include:

  • Free access to the online publications library
  • Free access to CL:AIRE's website, including the Water and Land Library (WALL), a repository for industry guidance and support material
  • Free invitations to CL:AIRE's regular networking events around the UK
  • Receiving Members' eAlert to get the latest CL:AIRE and industry news
  • Use of CL:AIRE members discussion forum on LinkedIn
  • Access to CL:AIRE's free eLearning modules on options appraisal and remediation technologies
  • 15% discount to all other training & eLearning

As this Membership Category grows, there will be opportunities to expand the benefits. For example, there is the potential to develop a private online discussion forum and / or bespoke training in consultation with LA needs.

Why is CL:AIRE doing this?
Our main driver is to improve communication and information sharing with LAs. We want to include all the key stakeholders in sustainable land reuse in CL:AIRE's membership. Currently LAs are not well represented yet are integral to the industry. We recognise LAs are interested in CL:AIRE's services and activities, and understand that funding is limited.

How do you join?
You will simply need to register on the CL:AIRE website, using your .gov.uk email address. If you're already registered on the website with your .gov.uk email address, then just email rob.sweeney@claire.co.uk to confirm you'd like to become a Member. If you've registered with a personal email address instead of a work one, then you should log in and change the email address to your work one on your profile. Once you’ve done this, we can simply switch on your membership at the back-end of the website.

Celtic is a specialist, contaminated land remediation contractor. Established in 1992, our experience is based on involvement in over 1,000 contaminated sites in the UK, and as a subsidiary of the EnGlobe Corp of North America, this extends to over 6,300 sites internationally. We can select and integrate from over 30 remediation technologies to design and deliver value engineered remediation schemes to solve complex challenges. Our UK operations are supported from regional offices at Cardiff, Reading, Solihull, Warrington and Leeds. In the UK we hold accreditations to ISO 9001, 14001 and OHSAS 18001.

www.celtic-ltd.com

DEC is the environmental contracting company of DEME Group , one of Europe’s largest civil engineering groups. DEC has over 25 years’ experience of remediating complex environmental problems and is a specialist in soil, groundwater and sediment treatment, soil remediation, recycling techniques, capping and remediation of landfills and the redevelopment of brownfields. Projects undertaken range from small individual remediation projects to very large environmental improvement schemes. Often these  require technically advanced bespoke solutions developed by DEC’s internal R&D department. DEC holds independent environmental, safety ,quality and sustainability accreditations as well as a number of awards and client testimonials for successfully delivered projects.

www.decnv.com/EN/

 

ERM is a leading global provider of environmental, health, safety, risk, social consulting and sustainability related services. We have over 140 offices in 39 countries employing more than 4,700 people. ERM is committed to providing a service that is consistent, professional and of the highest quality to create value for our clients. The key sectors we serve include Oil & Gas, Mining, Power, and Manufacturing, Chemical and Pharmaceutical. All face critical sustainability challenges and our clients in these and many other areas rely on our ability to assist them operate more sustainably which has a positive impact on our planet.

www.erm.com

 

Mick George Limited is one of the leading suppliers to the construction industry in East Anglia and the East Midlands, specialising in providing bulk excavation & earthmoving services, aggregate supply and waste management services. With quarries, landfill sites and waste transfer stations spread across the region, we are able to offer bespoke commercial solutions for projects of all sizes. We offer nationwide coverage for demolition projects and supply quality assured ready mix concrete within Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire.

www.mickgeorge.com 


VertaseFLI is an established technically competent remediation contractor offering in-house designed and implemented remediation solutions for all types of contaminated land, brownfield sites, contaminated groundwater and ground gas. We offer all commercially viable remediation techniques for both soil and groundwater without the need to subcontract any remediation works. We offer remediation contracting to clients designs and also on a design and construct basis.

www.vertasefli.co.uk

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