We have a site contaminated with cyanide, lead and PAH (amongst others!)
and the developer has costed dig and dump at millions of pounds. They also
state that soil washing is impractical and not cost effective - without
providing the kind of in depth costing that they have for dig and dump. As
they will have some of the equipment already on site we can't see how soil
washing can cost more - considering the distance to special landfill from
where we are!
Does anyone have any good links or rough cost comparisons of soil washing
to other options?
Environmental Health Assistant - Air Quality
Waverley Borough Council
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