Remedial treatment for contaminated land, Volumes I - XII (SP164)

Set of publications SP101-SP112. Authors: CIRIA and M R Harris, S M Herbert and M A Smith; Dates: 1995-1998

Vol I: introduction & guide (SP101)

ISBN: 978-0-86017-396-0

This introductory volume serves as a guide to the other 11 books.

Vol II: decommissioning, decontamination & demolition (SP102)

ISBN: 978-0-86017-397-7

Deals with the design and implementation of post-closure operations for industrial facilities. It covers planning, monitoring, health and safety, environmental protection and other post-closure tasks and stresses the importance of site surveys before and after decommissioning, decontamination and site clearance.

Vol III: site investigation & assessment (SP103)

ISBN: 978-0-86017-398-4

Describes the various phases of investigating and assessing a site, and the issues to be addressed throughout.

Vol IV: classification & selection of remedial methods (SP104)

ISBN: 978-0-86017-399-1

This book gives a step-by-step approach to the selection of appropriate techniques, including setting objectives, identifying constraints, evaluating site information and testing of various treatment options against the selection criteria.

Vol V: excavation & disposal (SP105)

ISBN: 978-0-86017-400-4

Deals with the excavation of contaminated material prior to disposal (on or off site) or as a precursor to other forms of treatment.

Vol VI: containment & hydraulic measures (SP106)

ISBN: 978-0-86017-401-1

Provides information and guidance on engineering-based remedial methods, specifically physical containment and hydraulic control measures.

Vol VII: ex-situ remedial methods for soils, sludges & sediments (SP107)

ISBN: 978-0-86017-402-8

Deals with physical, chemical and biological methods of removing or rendering harmless the contaminants in solid materials after excavation from the ground.

Vol VIII: ex-situ remedial methods for contaminated groundwater & other liquids (SP108)

ISBN: 978-0-86017-403-5

Examines the design and operation of various treatment techniques for contaminated liquids, such as surface and groundwater effluent and leachates, which are produced during remediation of a contaminated site.

Vol IX: in-situ methods of remediation (SP109)

ISBN: 978-0-86017-404-2

Describes the techniques available for removing, destroying or rendering harmless contaminants while they are in place in the ground.

Vol X: special situations (SP110)

ISBN: 978-0-86017-405-9

Gives guidance on the specific technical and management requirements of contaminated sites that call for special attention. These include sites that may in the short term give rise to unacceptable health risks or environmental impacts, operational sites, and those for infrastructure projects or other sensitive uses.

Vol XI: planning & management (SP111)

ISBN: 978-0-86017-406-6

Describes planning and management procedures for the various stages of remedial treatment for contaminated land including setting of objectives, drawing up specifications, organisation of resources, procedures for selection of specialists, forms of contract and procurement, and implementation of projects.

Vol XII: policy & legislation (SP112)

ISBN: 978-0-86017-407-3

Summarises the key elements and main developments in environmental legislation and policy. It is not a comprehensive statement of the law, or a substitute for legal advice. Legislation and policy in EU, USA, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Australia and New Zealand is also considered.

ISBN: 978-0-86017-408-0

Author: CIRIA

Number of pages: 12 volume set - paperbacks

Publisher: CIRIA

Date of Publication: May 2005