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Meetings

Below are PDF documents featuring the meeting notes produced by SuRF-UK. Please note some of these documents are provided in two parts due to file size.

1. Inaugural Sustainability Meeting, 18th June 2007

Presentations:

  • Sustainable Remediation: A Regulator’s Perspective – Brian Bone, Environment Agency
  • Innovation, Policy and Costs for Soil Remediation – Hans Vanduijne, TNO
  • Industry Perspective: Sustainability Calculator – Frank Evans, National Grid Property
  • Sustainability in Remediation: SURF and DuPont – David Ellis, DuPont Engineering
  • Integrating Sustainability into EPA’s Cleanup Programs – Deborah Goldblum, US EPA
  • Economic Analysis for Sustainable Remediation Decision Making – Stuart Arch, WorleyParsons  Komex
  • The Shell Approach – Philippa Scott, Shell
  • Inaugural Sustainability Meeting Notes



2. SuRF UK Launch Meeting, 13th May 2008

Presentations:
  • Progress from Last Meeting – Nicola Harries, CL:AIRE
  • Sustainable Remediation: Policy Drivers and Framework – Frank Evans, National Grid
  • Sustainability Appraisal Tools – Paul Bardos, r3 Environmental Technology Ltd
  • Sustainable Remediation in the US: Progress so Far – David Ellis, DuPont Engineering
  • Soil and Groundwater Risk Management, Sustainability and Net Environmental Value – David Reinke & Philippa Scott, Shell Global Solutions and Stuart Arch, WorleyParsons  Komex
  • Launch of Sustainable Remediation Forum UK Meeting Notes


3. SuRF-UK "Open Forum" Meeting, 18th November 2008

Presentations:

  • Sustainable Forum Meeting Notes
  • Progress From Last Meeting - Nicola Harries, CL:AIRE
  • Consultation Responses and Pertinent Points - Dr Richard Boyle, English Partnerships
  • A Framework for Assessing Sustainable Remediation - Jonathan Smith, Shell Global Solutions and Frank Evans, National Grid Property
  • NICOLE Working Group on Sustainable Remediation - Johan de Fraye, Olivier Maurer and Paul Bardos, NICOLE
  • Update from the US Sustainable Remediation Forum - David E. Ellis, DuPont Engineering
  • An Indicator Hierarchy - Prof Paul Bardos, r3 environmental technology Ltd


4. SuRF-UK "Open Forum" Meeting, 18th March 2009

Presentations:

  • Sustainable Forum Meeting Notes
  • Agenda
  • Progress From Last Meeting - Nicola Harries, CL:AIRE
  • Conceptualisation of SuRF UK Framework - Dr Richard Boyle, Homes and Communities Agency 
  • SuRF UK Framework: Final Draft - Jonathan Smith, Shell Global Solutions and Frank Evans, National Grid Property  
  • SuRF UK: The Project Deliverables - Jonathan Smith, Shell Global Solutions 
  • SuRF Open Forum Meeting: Phase 1 Final -  Prof Paul Bardos, r3 environmental technology ltd  

5. SuRF-UK Phase 2 Workshop Meeting, 14th July 2010

Presentations:

  • Agenda
  • Meeting Notes
  • Aim of the Day - Jonathan Smith, Shell Global Solutions
  • Exercises - Specialist and Non Specialist
  • Background to SuRF-UK - Dr Richard Boyle, Homes and Communities Agency 
  • Case Study 1 - Petroleum Retail Site - Jonathan Smith, Shell Global Solutions
  • Case Study 2 - Historic Copper Mine - Prof Paul Bardos, r3 environmental technology Ltd
  • Case Study 3 - Brownfield Redevelopment - Frank Evans, National Grid Property Ltd

6. SuRF-UK Phase 2 Workshop Meeting 20th October 2010

Presentations: PLEASE NOTE the same presentations were delivered as July 14th 2010 except Case Study 3 which is attached.

  • Agenda -Attached
  • Meeting Notes - Attached
  • Aim of the Day – Nicola Harries, CL:AIRE
  • Background to SuRF-UK - Dr Richard Boyle, Homes and Communities Agency
  • Case Study 1 - Petroleum Retail Site - Prof Jonathan Smith, Shell Global Solutions UK
  • Case Study 2 - Historic Copper Mine - Prof Paul Bardos, r3 environmental technology Ltd
  • Case Study 3 – Presentation and working through Case Study No.3 – Brownfield Redevelopment. – Attached : SuRF Developing a sustainability assessment on a brownfield site

7. SuRF-UK Phase 2 Workshop Meeting 19th January 2011

Presentations:

  • Agenda
  • Meeting Notes
  • Aim of the Day - Nicola Harries, CL:AIRE
  • Introduction and benefits - Dr Richard Boyle, Homes and Communities Agency 
  • Case Study 1 - Petroleum Retail Site - Jonathan Smith, Shell Global Solutions
  • Case Study 2 - Initial Sustainability Assessmentof a C-CURE biochar application - Prof Paul Bardos, r3 environmental technology Ltd
  • Group work - Developing a Sustainability Assessment on a Brownfield site - Naomi Regan
  • Exercise 1 - Group 1 - Output Reporting - Stakeholders Feedback
  • Exercise 1 - Group 2 - Output Reporting - Options Feedback
  • SuRF-UK Indicator Worksheet - Final with Feedback

8. First International SURF Groups and Partners Meeting 17th July 2012

Discussions:

  • Agenda
  • Welcome and Objectives
  • Aim of the Day - Nicola Harries, CL:AIRE
  • Introductions 
  • Brainstorm
  • Next steps
  • AOB