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SAGTA IS 10 YEARS OLD.
SAGTA AND CLAIRE.
ADDRESSING SOIL CONTAMINATION IN IPPC SITE BASELINE AND CLOSURE REPORTS.
PROCUREMENT OF ANALYTICAL DATA IN SUPPORT OF CONTAMINATED LAND MANAGEMENT - AN INDUSTRY REVIEW.
INSTITUTE OF PETROLEUM AND SAGTA WORKSHOP - ECOLOGICAL RISK ASSESSMENT.
DCLG Draft National Planning Policy Framework: Consultation
As its contribution to the recent consultation, SAGTA submitted its response via a letter and survey questionnaire.
Find a copy of SAGTA’s letter here. As part of its contribution to Defra's deliberations on the Part 2A regime, SAGTA wrote an open letter setting out its views. Find a copy here.
Determination of Hazardous Substances in Relation to the Groundwater Daughter Directive: JAGDAG Consultation
As its contribution to this recent consultation, SAGTA submitted its response via a survey questionnaire.
Find a copy of SAGTA’s response here.
Defra – Changes to the Contaminated Land Regime
Defra's subsequent consultation on the Statutory Guidance closed on the 15th March 2011. SAGTA has provided an in-depth response. Find a copy here.
Research Interfaces:
SAGTA organised a Workshop in September 2007 - Research into Land Contamination - What is Needed and Why?The Workshop involved exchanges and reviews from Europe, CL:AIRE, Technology Strategy Group, the Research Council (in the form of EPSRC), Environment Agency, IPM-NET (now Environmental Sustainability KTn) and SAGTA's representatives. Conclusions and summary of the issues are included in the SAGTA Report. Find it here.

 

 

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