• Regional contaminated land policy changes in the offing

    There is plenty of action on contaminated land policy in each of the UK’s four administrations. Simon Evans rounds up the latest news

  • Getting to grips with the new land remediation guidance

    The spotlight has now turned onto the Part 2A contaminated land regime but councils need money to implement it, writes Andrew Wiseman

  • More sustainable remediation through better site knowledge

    Aggressive, targeted remediation can be more sustainable if it controls risks from a contaminated site more quickly, finds Simon Evans

  • Insurance recovery: a blank cheque for contaminated land?

    In these austere times new ways to fund contaminated land work are always welcome. Simon Evans looks at prospects for insurance recovery

  • NanoRem seeks the ‘Heineken’ approach to remediation

    An EU-funded research project aims to find out if nanotechnology can be used to safely enhance land remediation. Simon Evans investigates


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