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Contaminated Land: Applications in Real Environments (CL:AIRE) is a respected independent not-for-profit organisation established in 1999 to stimulate the regeneration of contaminated land in the UK by raising awareness of, and confidence in, practical and sustainable remediation technologies.

Since 1999, CL:AIRE has grown into an organisation that does more than just demonstrate remediation technologies “in real environments”. The early years were very much focussed on land contamination and the processes and techniques in site characterisation, remediation and monitoring/verification.  As the remediation industry has matured, CL:AIRE’s activities have broadened into many areas of sustainable land reuse.  CL:AIRE supports a number of industry initiatives, for example, sustainable remediation and asbestos in soil, and has helped to develop more efficient regulation initiatives, such as the Definition of Waste Code of Practice for development projects and the emerging National Quality Mark Scheme.  CL:AIRE’s position in the industry makes it ideally placed to identify and help manage the challenges ahead.

CL:AIRE works with a dedicated team of professionals, the main technical personnel within CL:AIRE are:

Kayleigh Blackburn -

Nicola Harries -

Georgina Howell -

Yueming Lu -

Rob Sweeney -

Nick Willenbrock -

All queries should be raised through the Help Desk where dedicated managers are available to answer your questions & queries.