We have a bumper issue for you this September, with something for everyone including new publications, projects, consultations, funding opportunities and awards.
CL:AIRE is particularly delighted to announce the publication of the long awaited updated guidance "Professional Guidance: Comparing Soil Contamination Data with a Critical Concentration", a true team effort. We hope you enjoy your end of the month round up.
CL:AIRE is pleased to announce that "Professional Guidance: Comparing Soil Contamination Data with a Critical Concentration" has been published and is now available to download for free from the CL:AIRE website.
CL:AIRE is pleased to announce that the research project “Legacy wastes in the coastal zone: environmental risks and management futures” has been approved by the CL:AIRE Technology and Research Group as CL:AIRE Research Project RP27.
E3B has recently launched its latest funding opportunity with funding of up to £10k per award available to boost academia-industry collaboration. Funding is awarded to the academic partner and must be match (cash or in-kind) by the indusrial partner. The deadline for applications is noon on 8 December 2020. Further information about the call and remit of the network.
MHCLG has launched a consultation titled: Planning for the future. This consultation is looking at undertaking landmark reforms to speed up and modernise the planning system and to get the country building. Further information and to download the full consultation documents here . The consultation closes on 29 October 2020.
Concawe has recently published ''Review of water treatment systems for PFAS removal” . The report has been prepared by DVGW-Technologiezentrum Wasser (TZW) at the request of Concawe Special Task Force on Soil and Groundwater (WQ/STF-33).
The Rushlight Awards are the only set of awards designed specifically to support and promote all the latest clean technologies, innovations and initiatives for businesses and other organisations throughout UK, Ireland and internationally.
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A selection of upcoming events throughout the industry.
Brownfield Development Festival 2020, 21 October 2020 - 19 November 2020
This virtual multi-streamed event provides an opportunity for environmental, remediation, and planning and development professionals to come together and explore best practice solutions for many of the key challenges associated with remediating and developing brownfield and contaminated sites. Information
Contamination Expo Series 2020, 22-23 September 2021, Birmingham
The Contamination Expo has been rescheduled. The decision comes after a long period of time working with the venue organisers at the NEC and many other associations and bodies to ensure that an environment can be developed which is both safe and conducive to doing business. Information
CL:AIRE's Membership continues to grow. We would like to thank the following new and renewing members for their support:
Principal Members: ERM, John F Hunt Regeneration Ltd, Northern Ireland Environment Agency, Shell Global Soutions (UK), SPASF PRIRODA, VertaseFLI Ltd
HS2 Principal Members: Eiffage Kier Ferrovial BAM JV
Supporter Members: Advisian (Worley Europe Ltd), Arup, Coal Authority, Geo-Environmental Services, Hydrock, PeroxyChem, Reactive Integrated Services Ltd, Remedia Group, Southern Testing, University of Portsmouth
CL:AIRE is a respected independent not-for-profit organisation established in 1999 to stimulate the regeneration of land in the UK by raising awareness of, and confidence in, practical and sustainable remediation solutions.
CL:AIRE is a registered charity (No. 1075611) and an environmental body registered with ENTRUST (Entrust No. 119820).
We are also an incorporated company, limited by guarantee and registered in England and Wales (reg no. 3740059).
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