2016 Contaminated Land (Regional) Conference
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|Opening keynote: Contaminated Land Challenges for Regional Councils in NSW - Craig Flemming (Contamination Central)||Login to download document|
|What does SEPP 55 Require? - Sarah Mansfield (Henry Davis York)||Login to download document|
|Contaminated Land & Council Liability - Joshua Same & Michael Winram (Maddocks)||Login to download document|
|How Do You Find the Money to Cover the Worst Case Environmental Impact Scenario? - Anthony Saunders (EnviroSure)||Login to download document|
|Hot Topics - Stephanie Yu (NSW EPA)||Login to download document|
|Consultant Certification - What Does it Mean? Regulatory Update - How Does it Affect You? - Arminda Ryan (NSW EPA)||Login to download document|
|What Doesn’t the Variation Cover and What do the Jurisdictions and Practitioners Need to Consider - Jack Dempsey (Dempsey Toxicology & Risk Assessment)||Login to download document|
|Site Characterisation –The Role of Conceptual Site Models and Data Quality Objectives in Obtaining Representative Data - Jessica Hannaford (GHD)||Login to download document|
|Health Risk Assessment Methodology and Health Investigation Levels (Hils); Health Screening Levels (Hsls) For Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (Tph) and Management Limits; and Vapour Intrusion- Len Turczynowicz (University of Adelaide/FMG Engineering)||Login to download document|
|Ecological risk Assessment and Ecological Investigation Levels (EILs); and Asbestos - Ken Kiefer (ERM)||Login to download document|
|Contaminated Groundwater Migration – Should we Notify the EPA? - Chris Weston (Marrickville Council)||Login to download document|
|Building a Highway and Dam with Naturally Occurring Asbestos - Juliet Duffy (Regional Enviroscience)||Login to download document|
|Remediation: A Soil Recycling Facility, a Viable Option to Landfill Dumping - Phil Mulvey (EESI) Currently not available. WIll be added once received.||Login to download document|
|Landfills - How to Measure the Risks Associated with Former Land Fill Sites - Jon Miller (The Remediation Group)||Login to download document|
|Decision Tree for Prioritising Sites Potentially Contaminated with PFASs||Login to download document|