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Contamination Risk Assessments

 

The findings of a phase 1 desk study may lead onto a site investigation, which would subsequently require a quantitative contamination risk assessment. Alternatively, an assessment maybe required as part of a land sale purchase or as reassurance for a funder. There are many reasons why a detailed quantitative contamination risk assessment may be required.

RNAS CULDROSE

YES was commissioned to carry out a phased contamination risk assessment for decommissioning underground aviation fuel tanks

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MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT AT TUCKINGMILL, CAMBORNE

The Client; Duchy Business Park, submitted a detailed planning application for a mixed use residential and retail development

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PERRAN FOUNDRY, NEAR FALMOUTH

Yes was commissioned by North Hill Estates Ltd to carry out a detailed quantitative contamination risk assessment

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Every site and assessment can only be dealt with on a site specific basis. However, quantitative risk assessments typically include; CLEA, RBCA, CONSIM and P20 groundwater assessments.

YES routinely carries out quantitative contamination risk assessments for every eventuality.  Assessments are carried out using appropriate modelling software and strictly follow the regulations and current CLR11 guidance.

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