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All publications are listed below by the type of publication they are ie case study or research bulletin, however if you would like to understand which publications CL:AIRE has produced under a certain subject such as bioremediation or chemical remediation then please visit www.claire.co.uk/wall where CL:AIRE publications are listed under subject matter e.g Options Appraisal (INFO-OA2).

CL:AIRE encourages organisations to submit interesting material to be published.  For example, there are a number of different bulletins that are available to disseminate your work (see below). If you have an idea, project or technology that you would like to write about please contact the CL:AIRE project team at enquiries@claire.co.uk or on 0207 299 4250.

CL:AIRE Technical Guidance


Version 1.1 of Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Groundwater, released in March 2017, includes several amendments to the original version (January 2017) and these are described in the Version Control Sheet in this pdf.

 

ADVOCATE Bulletins

ADVOCATE bulletins describe practical aspects of research which have direct application to the characterisation, monitoring or remediation of contaminated soil or groundwater.

Case Study Bulletins

Case study bulletins provide a source of information on the characterisation and remediation of specific sites in the UK.

DoWCoP Bulletins

DoWCoP bulletins describe applications of the CL:AIRE Definition of Waste: Development Industry Code of Practice.

Guidance Bulletins

Guidance bulletins describe good practice as it applies to the characterisation, monitoring or remediation of contaminated soil or groundwater.

INSPIRATION Bulletins

INSPIRATION bulletins describe practical aspects of research which have direct application to the management of contaminated soil or groundwater in an agricultural context.

NanoRem Bulletins

NanoRem bulletins describe practical aspects of research which have direct application to the characterisation, monitoring or remediation of contaminated soil or groundwater using nanoparticles.

Research Bulletins

Research bulletins describe specific, practical aspects of research which have direct application to the characterisation, monitoring or remediation of contaminated soil or groundwater.

Research Project Reports

SABRE Bulletins

SABRE bulletins describe specific, practical aspects of research from the LINK Bioremediation Project SABRE, which aimed to develop and demonstrate the effectiveness of in situ enhanced anaerobic bioremediation for the treatment of chlorinated solvent DNAPL source areas.

Site Bulletins

CL:AIRE site bulletins provide a source of background information on sites which have been used within the scope of CL:AIRE technology demonstration and research projects.

SUBR:IM (Sustainable Urban Brownfield Management: Integrated Management) Bulletins

SUBR:IM bulletins present practical outcomes of research by the SUBR:IM consortium which have direct application to the brownfield and contaminated land communities.

SuRF UK

SuRF-UK is the United Kingdom’s Sustainable Remediation Forum – an initiative set up to progress the UK understanding of sustainable remediation.

Technical Bulletins

Technical bulletins describe specific techniques, practices and methodologies currently being employed on sites in the UK.

Technology Demonstration Project Bulletins

Technology Demonstration Project (TDP) Bulletins provide a summary of CL:AIRE approved Technology Demonstration Projects. TDPs have passed through the CL:AIRE application and review process, and represent demonstration for the specific conditions in which they are applied.

Technology Demonstration Project Reports

Treatability Bulletins

Treatability Bulletins describe the key factors to be considered in the early stages of designing a remediation project.