Land Contamination Assessment and Remediation Management
Tony Coyle (LFA Managing Partner) specialises in the field of Contaminated assessment and management, and has completed the six-unit Contaminated Site Assessment and Remediation Management (CSARM) course at the University of Technology Sydney, a course supported by the NSW Environmental Protection Agency and industry. Tony has over fourteen years of experience in natural
resource management and holds a Bachelor of Applied Science from
Southern Cross University.
Paola Rickard (LFA
Managing Partner) as a senior environmental planner with over 20 years experience in the industry, provides necessary input into the often-complex planning process associated with contaminated land assessment in NSW (i.e. SEPP 55 - Remediation of Land, Contaminated Land Management Act 1997).
High Quality Expertise
LFA takes a practical approach to each project
and undertakes critical review throughout the course of the project.
LFA contaminated site assessment process focuses on the following key components
- Implementation of applicable guidelines - e.g. National Environmental Protection (Assessment of Site Contamination)
Measure (NEPM) & EPA guidelines.
- Thorough review of site history and site analysis, the results of which contribute to a Conceptual Site Model (CSM)
- Recognition of exposure pathways and risks.
Examples of contaminated land assessment projects undertaken by LFA include:
- Tier 1 site investigation, sampling and
associated reporting for numerous single dwelling lots, small to large sized subdivision developments and other developments such as disused Railway Station;
& Detailed Site Investigation, Remedial Action Plans to
Validation sampling and reporting relating to the contamination of soil with lead
- Tier 1 sampling and
reporting relating to the contamination of soil with organotin;
- Sampling and reporting associated with
the decommissioning of underground storage tanks;
- Contaminated land
remediation supervision and monitoring
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