Once the remediation assessment is complete, our team at Provectus will work with you to design a tailored remediation solution that fits your site-specific requirements. We take into account factors such as site geology, contaminants of concern, regulatory and key stakeholder requirements, alongside your project goals.
Our in-house remediation design capabilities are supported by laboratory trials, onsite pilot trials, gassing trials, and geotechnical assessment, which enable us to refine our design approach and ensure its effectiveness. Our design-led solutions provide practical and cost-effective remediation options that minimise disruption to your project and enable you to meet your project goals.
We have a range of remediation techniques at our disposal, including ex-situ and in-situ solutions, depending on the site's specific requirements. We ensure that our solutions are designed to achieve your project goals in the most efficient and effective manner possible.
Throughout the design and implementation phase, we work closely with our clients and stakeholders to ensure that the remediation program is transparent, with regular communication and updates.
Our team has extensive experience in managing stakeholder expectations and obtaining the necessary regulatory approvals to enable project and planning closeout.
At Provectus, we pride ourselves on our ability to provide innovative and practical remediation solutions that achieve our client's project goals while minimising the impact on the environment.
Remedial Options Evaluation assess a broad range of remedial techniques or combination thereof to define the best practicable approach to remediating all pollutant linkages that present an unacceptable risk at a site.
Detailed Options Appraisal review of shortlisted remediation options to determine which are the most appropriate for addressing each relevant pollutant linkages by detailed analysis of technical attributes. The evaluation process is completed by considering the Best Practicable Environmental Option (BPEO), costs benefit, environmental outcomes and appropriate timescales for land remediation.
MMP and registered QP Materials Management Plan (MMP) is a critical component of the Duty of Care for Contaminated Land (DoWCOP) regulations. It provides a structured approach to the handling, storage, and disposal of materials generated during site investigations and remediation works. The plan ensures compliance with relevant legislation, protects the environment, and helps to minimise the risk of harm to human health. At Provectus, we have extensive experience in developing and implementing MMPs for a range of contaminated land projects, ensuring that our clients are fully compliant with all regulatory requirements.
Volumetric Assessments are essential for determining the quantity of arisings from construction projects that can be reused beneficially. Our experienced team can provide comprehensive assessments using state of the art Drone Survey Equipment, ensuring compliance with industry standards and regulatory requirements, ultimately minimising waste disposal costs and promoting sustainability.
Remediation Design Services encompass the development of remedial method statements and negotiations with regulators prior to detailed design, installation, commissioning and operational management of remedial technologies and systems.
Pilot Trial Assessments Lab and field pilot trials are an essential part of the remediation process, providing a realistic evaluation of the effectiveness of remediation options in a controlled environment. These trials help to identify the most suitable remediation strategy and ensure that it is optimised for the specific site conditions. At Provectus, we offer a comprehensive range of pilot trials to support our remediation design and implementation services. Our experienced team utilises advanced techniques and technologies to ensure the success of your project.