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Changes are on the way. In NSW, the key to planning for the remediation and development of contaminated sites for the last 20 years has been the State Environmental and Planning Policy (SEPP) 55, which is finally being changed to the new Remediation of Land State Environmental Planning Policy (SEPP). Here are some of the changes

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Any person who has contaminated land, or the owner of any land that is considered potentially contaminated, is generally required by law make a report to their local state EPA body, depending on the state environmental or contaminated land regulations. In NSW this must be completed using a prescribed form, under section 60 of the

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The State Environmental Planning Policy No 55 – Remediation of Land (SEPP 55) and the associated Contaminated Land Planning Guidelines were introduced in 1998 as a framework for the management of contaminated land in NSW. 20 years on, the state planning policy will be replaced by the new Remediation of Land State Environmental Planning Policy

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iEnvi stepped up to the mark and prepared a fast turn around preliminary site investigation (PSI) for a Childcare Development Application in Western Sydney iEnvi prepared a fast turn around preliminary site investigation (PSI) for a developer in western Sydney, wishing to transform a residential property into a childcare facility. They were under severe time

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groundwater remediation

iEnvi staff developed a commercially viable and statutory compliant solution for groundwater remediation of a coatings manufacturer site in Western Sydney, due to be completed in June 2018, including groundwater delineation, underground storage tank (UST) removal and validation, soil bioremediation, human health and environmental risk assessment (HHERA), and groundwater remediation. The client company’s commercial objectives and

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