Since their publication, the Framework indicators and supporting guidance have been used widely both in the UK and internationally, and with the benefits of nearly ten years’ experience implementing the Framework, the SuRF-UK Steering Group considered it was timely to review and refine the “Annex 1” indicator guidance, as well as more clearly describe the process of indicator selection and how it fits into sustainable remediation assessments.
As a result of the review, SuRF-UK has now created two supplementary reports that support the SuRF-UK Framework and replace the 2011 Annex 1, which is now withdrawn.
A free webinar on the new SuRF-UK indicator reports was given last month by Paul Bardos.
CL:AIRE is pleased to announced that one last INSPIRATION bulletin has been published, taking the total to 15. INSPIRATION Bulletin IB01 describes the demonstration and evaluation of iFLUX technology to monitor contaminant spreading on a site in The Netherlands.
Ellis Hammond, a Cranfield PhD research student hosted at British Geological Survey, is seeking input from brownfield planning and redevelopment professionals about the extent of digitalisation within their organisation, and any perceived or real barriers to bringing sites forward for redevelopment.
Options Appraisal and nine other Remediation Technologies FREE
A selection of upcoming events throughout the industry.
Contamination Expo Series 2020, 3-4 November 2020, 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
RemTech, Europe, 23-26 September 2020, Ferrara, Italy
The most important Italian event on Remediation Technologies, normally held in Ferrara, North-Eastern Italy, will now be held virtually with free entry. Information
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
CL:AIRE's Membership continues to grow. We would like to thank the following new and renewing members for their support:
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.
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We are also an incorporated company, limited by guarantee and registered in England and Wales (reg no. 3740059).
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