Soil Waste Classification
The strong growth trajectory for the construction industry continues and we at Verde have seen a major increase in the demand for our consultancy services to assist design teams and contractors to undertake the correct classification of waste materials.
For brownfield site redevelopments in particular, expert classification provides the waste producer and holder with clarity on available options and associated disposal costs. In Ireland, stringent waste management regulations make it a statutory requirement for waste to be characterised and to assess if it also meets specific Waste Acceptance Criteria (WAC) prior to disposal at a landfill site.
Verde have developed a one hour online seminar that educates attendees on the most up-to-date practice in this area.
- Some common misconceptions (there are a few!)
- Legislation Overview
- Hazardous Waste Assessment
- Soil Waste Characterisation
- Site Investigation and Chemical Analysis
- Classifying Soil for Disposal or Recovery
- Options available for Soil Disposal or Recovery in Ireland (includes up to date map of Licensed sites/capacity)
- Export of Waste under TFS
- Invasive Species (Japanese knotweek being the one we are familiar with)
- Article 27 Submissions
- New guidance for Soil Waste Recovery Facilities
- Guide costs for Disposal (updated based on our market knowledge)
- Sample Scenarios
Malcolm, a Chartered Waste Manager and member of the Construction Waste Resource Group has significant environmental project management experience gained over 20 years. In particular, he has extensive experience in waste classification, site assessments, environmental regulatory compliance management, licensing and waste.
Kevin is a Chartered Environmentalist and Professional Geologist, with over 20 years’ experience advising clients on environmental projects. Kevin has built his reputation on providing quality management at all stages of project execution and takes pride in effective project management to meet budgetary and time constraints.
This seminar is a must for anybody involved in construction projects particularly where brownfield sites are being developed. These include:
- Engineering Consultants
- Project Managers
- Quantity Surveyors
Free of Charge