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Remediation assessment is a crucial step in contaminated land management, as it enables us to understand the extent of the contamination, assess the potential risks to human health and the environment, and develop an appropriate remediation strategy.

At Provectus, we conduct thorough remediation assessments to provide a detailed understanding of the site's condition and contamination extent. Our team of experienced professionals uses a range of methods and techniques, including site investigations, sampling and analysis, and risk assessments, to identify the nature and extent of contamination.

We take a bespoke approach to remediation assessment to ensure that the most appropriate and cost-effective solution is identified. We work closely with our clients to develop a remediation strategy that addresses the specific challenges presented by the site and the client's objectives, taking into account factors such as the site's end use, stakeholder expectations, and regulatory requirements.

Our remediation assessments are supported by robust data management and reporting, ensuring that our clients have access to all the necessary information to make informed decisions. We also maintain regular communication with our clients throughout the assessment process to ensure that they are fully informed of progress and any findings.

With our proven track record of successful remediation assessment and extensive experience in contaminated land management, we can provide our clients with confidence that their site is in safe hands.



  • Geo-Environmental Contaminated Land Assessments involving the design and management of sampling strategies which utilise a range of techniques including non intrusive and intrusive site investigation methodologies. These allow the analysis of environmental media and interpretation of the status of site conditions.

  • Gas Risk Assessments to establish design parameters for mitigation measures, services to assist in managing the potential risks associated with the potential for off site migration and incident related advice.

  • Hydrogeological and Hydrological Assessments to determine site specific criteria, support contaminated land risk assessment, and provide baseline data to monitor and review potential impacts on receptors.

  • Qualitative & Quantitative Risk Assessments (QRA) of potential impacts on human health, water and the broader environment to derive appropriate remedial targets for soil and groundwater betterment.

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