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​What are the Foundations to Your Remediation?                                  

22 February at 10am-12pm, Online event


Earthworks, or the use of engineered fill, is now a frequent activity as sites need to be prepared before house building can take place.

This online Brownfield & Regeneration Network event will explain the development, application, and contents of NHBC's newly published addition to the NHBC’s Standards, Chapter 4.6 - Engineered Fill and will delve into why the chapter was needed, how it was developed, what it covers, and how it will be implemented.

Get an overview of each part of the chapter to indicate the requirements for earthworks on housebuilding sites going forward. It will provide a valuable insight into the range of quality and standard of documentation NHBC commonly receives to discuss common pitfalls, and examples of observed good practice.

The event will also provide an opportunity to ask questions to members of the NHBC Land Quality Service team, who co-authored this new chapter, and collectively have a long background in earthworks from various engineering sectors, including the housing building industry.

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​Part 2A investigation of Vapour Intrusion from Chlorinated Solvents                                  

12 March at 1-2pm, Webinar


This webinar is a case study presentation, which covers a Part 2A investigation into contamination of the soils and groundwater at a former dry-cleaners in Ross-on-Wye. The case study won Best Project Preparatory Work at the 2023 Brownfield Awards.

The predominant pollutant pathway was associated with vapours from the chlorinated solvent plume which had migrated off site beneath existing residential buildings. The investigation comprised multi-level boreholes, vapour wells, surface water sampling and in-house vapour sampling, both in-house and sub slab. The investigation needed to account for fractured bedrock, potential vapour flow through the unsaturated zone, topographic falls across the wider area, consideration of preferential pathways (sewers) and background solvent concentrations.

It also included a detailed communication strategy with emphasis on the off-site residents to enable entry to their properties.

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​From Take-off to Landing: Pioneering PFAS Remediation Enables Residential Redevelopment at a Private Airport on March 19 2024 - 1:00 PM (GMT)

19 March at 1-2pm, Online Event


This Brownfield & Regeneration Network webinar will delve into an award-winning collaborative effort between REGENESIS and Mott MacDonald, marking a pioneering stride in the sustainable remediation of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) contamination.

Utilising an innovative in situ PlumeStop barrier treatment, this project achieved a significant milestone in environmental remediation by effectively addressing PFAS contamination at an airport in England. It represents the first application of its kind in the UK, showcasing injectable permeable reactive barrier that enabled site divestment and redevelopment.

The approach not only underscores the technical feasibility and environmental benefits of addressing complex contaminations but also highlights a successful model of collaboration, innovation, and sustainability in the field of environmental consulting and remediation.

This project won Best Application of Remediation Technologies at the 2023 Brownfield Awards.


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