The soil/material is deposited in a grid system, therefore, in the unlikely event of any contaminated material, we can identify whereabouts it is on site and carry out the necessary remediation. [...]
Yes, even though the above drastically reduces, if not eliminates any risk, part of the management protocol for The Environmental Agency permit requires regular testing of the material received. This testing is then sent [...]
The permit issued by The Environmental Agency will specify the type of material that can be used. Once the specification is clear, we will then find donor sites that match that specification. Donor sites [...]
We always try to find ‘donor’ sites as close as possible to the project, as this reduces the haulage cost and time. Any donor site must meet The Environmental Agency criteria (see more below) [...]
It’s probably worth being clear that none of this project will go ahead unless The Environmental Agency approves of the project and issues a permit to bring the appropriate material to the site. [...]
Depending on location, generally 3 hectares or bigger is worth considering. Obviously the larger, the area, the more opportunity for improvement and new design.
Any outdoor green space that needs improving or upgrading is worth considering. Examples might include… • A golf course that needs remodelling or changing its use • Football, rugby or cricket pitches that are [...]