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Site Assessments

Site assessments undertaken by Grange Environmental Services are guided by the standards contained within the Commonwealth National Environment Protection (Assessment of Site Contamination) Measure, relevant Australian Standards and State/Territory legislative frameworks.

Our understanding of contaminants and their impact on building and construction projects span all forms of past, current and future use, while incorporating heavy and light industrial, commercial, residential and agricultural project sites.

A detailed and carefully phased assessment process allows us to identify all forms of contamination, including soil classification, and to develop site specific remediation and rehabilitation plans that will facilitate the transfer and re-use of land for any project in any location – metro, regional, remote or marine:

Phase One – Desk Top Analysis

Careful and comprehensive examination of site history and former use, as far back as public documentation and records:

  • Certificates of title
  • Site image analysis, including aerial
  • Review of EPA registers
  • Identify contaminants of primary concern
  • Develop site sampling plan including targeted testing

Phase Two – Intrusive Site Assessment

Boots-on-the-ground site analysis in accordance with the NEPM to determine actual or potential risks to human health, the environment and the project, including:

  • Data collection and reporting, including independent laboratory analysis
  • Soil classifications
  • Ground water monitoring, depending on project scope
  • Define extent of remediation or further assessment, if required

Phase Three – Site Remediation & Rehabilitation

Detailed reporting and project planning, including consultancy services for the production of environmental management procedures to underpin future building and construction projects and financial risk analysis:

  • Complete on site remediation to achieve soil/groundwater status suitable for end use
  • Classification reporting, including offsite waste management and disposal
  • Data management, reporting and materials tracking protocols
  • Site rehabilitation measures
  • Final Site Condition Reporting

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