Contaminated land in China and the UK - part 3: hydrocarbon
CIRIA is launching a new webinar series exploring the key issues and opportunities driving the contaminated land agenda in the UK and China. This third event will explore how hydrocarbon contamination is managed in both countries. Discover why approaches vary and learn from good practice.
Contamination can cause harm to health, property and the environment if not dealt with adequately. It can also impact on development. This webinar series will cover all aspects of contaminated land including policy and legal requirements; site investigation to determine whether land could be contaminated; and how to deal with different types of contamination.
Join us to discover what China and the UK can learn from each other.
• 9 September Part 1 Policy and the legal framework
• 15 September Part 2 Site investigation practices
• 22 September Part 3 Hydrocarbon contamination
• 29 September Part 4 Metals contamination
In association with:
Part 3: Hydrocarbon contamination
Land contamination is an issue affecting the UK and China alike. Having experienced a decade of meteoric growth in GDP, China has seen an increase in demand for land for development. Like the UK, China has a legacy of land contamination resulting from industrial and commercial activities. Nowadays, many developers in China are seeking to deploy cost-effective and sustainable practice following stricter legislation and increased awareness of environmental issues.
This webinar will explore how hydrocarbon contamination is managed in China and the UK. It will highlight the difference in approaches and showcase good practice.
• Discover how hydrocarbon contamination is managed in China and the UK
• Understand why different approaches are used according to the local environment
• Showcase good practice
• Earn valuable CPD
Who should attend
• Contractors including specialist remediation contractors
• Contaminated land remediation equipment providers
• Other construction and contaminated land professionals interested in working in China and the UK
Tuesday 22 September 2020
09:00 - 10:30 (UK time zone)
09:00 Welcome and introduction
Joanne Kwan, Project Manager, CIRIA
09:05 Managing hydrocarbon contamination in the UK
David Holmes, Technical Manager, Ecologia Environmental
09:35 Managing organic contamination in China
LIU Peng, Senior Engineer, BCEG Environmental Remediation Co., Ltd (BCEER)
10:05 Interactive discussion and Q&A
10:25 Closing remarks
All times are UK time zone.
Simultaneous translation will be provided in Mandarin and English.
Fees (per webinar)
BRMF and LACL members FREE*
CIRIA members and all other attendees £35 + VAT
*LACL and BRMF members qualify for two free places per company.
Additional registrants from LACL and BRMF member companies would need to pay £35 + VAT per person.
Please contact Hanifa Qamar for more information.
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