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Sustainable Remediation

It’s about providing sustainable choices for the clean up of contaminated land

 

New tools and technologies mean a more reasonable balance can be achieved between environmental protection and mitigating the adverse impacts associated with traditional long-term remediation programmes. 

 

Sustainability means all things to all men and the interpretation of what sustainable remediation should look like will vary widely. We recognise the impacts that the different approaches to remediation have on our environment and we will strive to give our clients the information they need to make sustainable decisions when choosing a remediation approach.

 

Greener remediation techniques do not always cost more or take longer.  Our commitment is to provide our clients with the option to chose between sustainable or greener remediation technologies and more traditional and possibly more energy intensive techniques.

 

Chat this through with any of our remediation specialists around our global business.  They’ll outline the choices for you in a simple and commercially viable manner. 

 

 

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Sustainable Remediation

Sustainable Remediation

John Simon, a VP at WSP Environment & Energy, gives an editors perspective on the white paper ‘Integrating Sustainable Principles, Practices, and Metrics into Remediation Projects’

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Sustainable Remediation

Sustainable or Green Remediation?

Sustainable or Green Remediation?

The interpretation of what sustainable remediation should look like varies widely across the European Community where perceptions of risk, value sets and cultures can be markedly different.

Read our article.

Sustainable or Green Remediation?

New Global Brochure for 2011

New Global Brochure for 2011

From restoring land to managing your environmental risks, our new global brochure provides an insight into our expertise and track record.

Download our e-book here.

New Global Brochure for 2011