IN PERSON EVENT - Contaminated Land Management Guidelines 1 and 5 – three perspectives
Join our next in person Christchurch Branch event that will outline three different perspectives on the Contaminated Land Management Guidelines 1 & 5.The Contaminated Land Management Guidelines (CLMG) 1 & 5 have recently been updated by Ministry for the Environment. The changes have a significant impact on the way practitioners report on and investigate sites, which ultimately requires a change in approach to the way reports are reviewed by the regulator.
This event seeks to highlight the major changes to CLMG 1 & 5 and provide key insights from three perspectives: the regulator, the practitioner and industry.
The presentation will be followed by a question and answer session. Drinks and nibbles will be served.
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ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Tim Dee, National Environmental Solutions Manager, Fulton Hogan
Tim is the current chair of the Wasteminz Contaminated Land Sector Group Steering Committee and a Chartered Chemist with the Royal Society of Chemistry. Recently moving to Fulton Hogan to develop a new service line in Environmental Contracting Tim previously spent 15 years as a contaminated land consultant working across Australasia, Europe and the Near East. As such Tim has been exposed to a variety of methodologies, regulatory environments and market drivers which have shaped his view of delivering meaningful environmental benefit through remedial intervention and proactive preventative measures.
Mike Massey, Principal Science Advisor, Environment Canterbury
Mike is the Principal Science Advisor on the Contaminated Sites team at Environment Canterbury and has been a member of ALGA since 2019. Prior to Environment Canterbury, he was a professor at a mid-sized public university in the United States. Mike’s areas of expertise include environmental chemistry, contaminant transport, waste management, wastewater treatment, and soil science.