Strategic decisions surrounding the need for remediation, the form associated works
should take and where they should be targeted, can have huge implications on a given
project's cost. It is important therefore that these decisions, made prior to and
during the remediation phase, should be founded on quantitative data in conjunction
wherever applicable, with pollution guidelines and/or regulations.
This data in turn, must be presented to relevant stakeholders in an accessible form,
so that decision-making processes can be readily entered into by these parties, when
necessary. Such an approach ultimately ensures that the remedial strategies which
are adopted, are multi-laterally acceptable and most importantly, entirely acceptable
to our client.
Pivotal therefore to sound decision-making are quality assured laboratory services
and transparent technical reporting.