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Construction Environmental Management Plan – CEMP

What is a CEMP? A Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP) is a working document that defines how a site will mitigate its potential impacts through construction on the environment and local community. A CEMP is typically developed to avoid, minimise or mitigate construction effects on the environment and the surrounding ...

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Conceptual Site Models

H2Ogeo provides a range of in-house modelling capabilities including Visual Modflow, Conceptual Site Modelling and Fate & Transport. H2Ogeo adds value to projects by using modelling as a tool for augmenting existing data or designing groundwater monitoring solutions. Permitting obligations can be met through the design of effective monitoring strategies ...

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Hydrogeological Appraisals

When considering the feasibility of development it is essential to understand the hydrodynamics of your site in the context of the hydraulic catchment. Contributions to groundwater, surface water and drainage strategies are key parts of a preliminary assessment to conceptualise how development may affect the surrounding environment. H2Ogeo, through detailed ...

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Groundwater Monitoring

H2Ogeo provides a range of environmental and groundwater monitoring solutions. Based on extensive experience in the UK and overseas, H2Ogeo ensures your monitoring design strategy meets the required outcomes and delivers information in a timely and cost-effective manner. H2Ogeo uses the relevant technology to meet your project needs including automated ...

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Brownfield Registers Show Land for a Million Homes

At least one million homes could be built on brownfield land, with more than two-thirds of them deliverable within five years. An investigation into brownfield land registers by the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) reveals three of the next five years’ worth of government housing targets could be met ...

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Environment Agency Groundwater Vulnerability Maps – 2017

Updated Groundwater Vulnerability Maps In September 2017 the Environment Agency updated its groundwater vulnerability maps to reflect improvements in data mapping, modelling capability and understanding of the factors affecting vulnerability. New Maps The new maps indicate vulnerability of groundwater to a pollutant discharged at ground level based on the hydrological, geological, hydrogeological ...

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