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Soil Waste Classification training to Roche Ireland

Verde’s Senior Environmental Consultant Krzysztof Pniewczuk providing soil waste classification training to staff at Roche Ireland Ltd. Verde recently commenced a five year contract with Roche Ireland Limited to provide Environmental Consultancy services at their Clarecastle Pharmaceutical Plant. The site is currently transitioning from an operating manufacturing site to a brownfield site throu...
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Analyzing Soil Pollution with EPR

Soil pollution is a direct result of agricultural, industrial, and societal growth. A lot of the common pollutants can be identified with EPR (Electron Paramagnetic Resonance), leading to measures to control their distribution and help in clean-up strategies.  EPR in a Nutshell Typical soil pollutants are due to industrial waste, including radioactive materials, cytotoxic chemicals, poisonous gas...
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Soils concern as UK landfill tax receipts fall

Increased use of energy from waste, recycling and composting as alternatives to landfill have helped reduce landfill tax receipts by 9.4% in 2018/19, according to the latest date from HMRC. But, the UK Environment Agency this week expressed concern over one ongoing element of landfilling, with regard to the depositing of soil into landfill. The Agency has criticised the fact that soil, which re...
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Verde presents FREE Soil Waste Training Seminar to John Sisk & Son Ltd

Verde Training Seminars The requirements imposed by environmental regulations on businesses are expanding and there is a need for managers and staff to continue their professional development (CPD). Verde have developed a range of environmental services training courses enabling progression through key disciplines including environmental management, risk management, environmental monitor...
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EU committed to remediation of contaminated sites – #World Soil Day.

Soil is a fundamental natural resource that influences numerous policy areas. It is not only vital for a healthy environment but also essential to agriculture, and indeed the entire food sector. Without it, Europe's sustainable bioeconomy will not be able to grow. Being soil aware will also help regenerate formerly polluted sites, creating jobs and growth and helping to ensure that this precious r...
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#World Soil Day. Soil is important element of the climate system.

Soil is an important — and often neglected — element of the climate system. It is the second largest carbon store, or ‘sink’, after the oceans. Depending on the region, climate change might result in more carbon being stored in plants and soil due to vegetation growth, or more carbon being released into the atmosphere. Restoring key ecosystems on land, and a sustainable use of the land in urban an...
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Don’t let Contaminated Soil Remediation costs hit you like a ton of bricks

The New Lincoln Elementary School was demolished without fanfare this summer after years of standing vandalized and vacant in Lackawanna’s 1st Ward. Officials now face a soil remediation project with a price tag approaching $400,000.  “Asbestos was removed from the building before demolition, but petroleum used for heating the building had leaked from tanks into the soil,” said Drew Shapiro, Lacka...
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EPA consultation on proposed Guidance on Soil and Stone By-products – Article 27

From 19 October 2018, the Environmental Protection Agency has initiated a public consultation period relating to proposed Guidance on Soil and Stone By-products. Excess soil and stone produced during construction projects may be a waste if it is discarded, is intended to be discarded or is required to be discarded. It will be a by-product if it meets each of the four by-product conditions...
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Beckham’s New Stadium Site highlights the importance of Environmental Due Diligence and Soil Waste Classification

Ever since retired soccer star David Beckham and his new partners, Jorge and Jose Mas, abruptly abandoned their Overtown stadium plans and pivoted to the Melreese Country Club near Miami International Airport, skeptics have piled on about potential hangups: the traffic, the loss of a city-owned golf course, the last-minute proposal that could hand the Mas brothers a profit bonanza.  But virtually ...
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