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Presenters: Di Buchan - EIANZ rep and Environmental Practitioner on the EIANZ NZ Certification Assessment Panel
The ALGA Wellington Branch hosted a presentation and panel discussion on the EIANZ (CEnvP) Contaminated Land Specialist certification process.
The purpose of this forum was to share the experience of local contaminated land practitioners that have recently gone through the Contaminated Land Specialist certification process and to provide a better understanding of the relationship of the certification with the NES term “Suitably Qualified and Experienced Practitioner” (SQEP).