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A technical guide for demonstrating monitored natural attenuation of petroleum hydrocarbons in groundwater seminar - video

CRC CARE seminar, held on 18 June 2014, is now available to watch online.

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CRC CARE seminar, held on 18 June 2014, is now available to watch online.

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A unified approach for the analysis, management and remediation of LNAPL in Australia

CRC CARE seminar, held on 20 August 2014, is now available to watch online.

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Acid sulfate soil: the world’s nastiest soil

CRC CARE seminar, held on 15 October 2014, is now available to watch online.

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Assessment of Site Contamination NEPM Workshop DVD

CRC CARE, in partnership with participating jurisdictions, coordinated a national workshop series in May 2013 to provide regulators, site assessors, consultants, environmental auditors, landowners, developers and industry practitioners with an opportunity to come together and gain an understanding of the changes, new elements, and implementation of the Assessment of Site Contamination NEPM amendment.

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CRC CARE, in partnership with participating jurisdictions, coordinated a national workshop series in May 2013 to provide regulators, site assessors, consultants, environmental auditors, landowners, developers and industry practitioners with an opportunity to come together and gain an understanding of the changes, new elements, and implementation of the Assessment of Site Contamination NEPM amendment.

Members of the NEPM Variation team, along with technical experts involved in developing guidance for inclusion in the amended NEPM Schedules, presented the changes and identified new aspects in comparison with the 1999 NEPM. 

In response to feedback from industry and regulators, which included requests to access the workshop materials and information following the conclusion of the workshop series, CRC CARE has made the workshop and presentation materials available on DVD. The set of DVDs – containing the recorded presentations and audio from a live workshop – will be of relevance to all regulators and practitioners dealing with the assessment of contaminated sites.

 

For further information:

  • The amended ASC NEPM and schedules are available for use via the Standing Council on Environment and Water website: www.scew.gov.au/nepms
  • The Toolbox, referred to in the presentations, contains additional information including calculators, spread sheets and other supporting documents to assist with application of the ASC NEPM: www.scew.gov.au/node/941

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Best practice approaches for ensuring successful bioremediation outcomes

CRC CARE seminar, held on 18 September 2014, is now available to watch online.

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Contaminants of emerging concern seminar - video

CRC CARE seminar, held on 22 May 2014, is now available to watch online.

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CRC CARE seminar, held on 22 May 2014, is now available to watch online.

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Eric Friebel - Assessment of Petroleum Hydrocarbons HSLs, ESLs, Management Limits

The presentation focuses on the Assessment of Petroleum Hydrocarbons and the HSLs. It provides an overview how the NEPM has incorporated the HSLs and how they link together with the NEPM schedules. The conceptual site models used to define the screening criteria are presented along with a discussion on petroleum composition, carbon fraction ranges, soil descriptions and biodegradation. The presentation goes on to focus on the application of HSLs, and will step the viewer through the checklist outlined in the CRC CARE Technical Report 10: Applications Document, and provides advice on how to apply the screening levels, and different considerations you may need to make, when assessing a site. An overview of the ESLs and Management limits that have been included in the amended NEPM is also provided.

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The Cooperative Research Centre for Contamination Assessment and Remediation of the Environment (CRC CARE), in partnership with participating jurisdictions, coordinated a national workshop series in May 2013 to provide regulators, site assessors, consultants, environmental auditors, landowners, developers and industry practitioners with an opportunity to come together and gain an understanding of the changes, new elements, and implementation of the Assessment of Site Contamination NEPM amendment.

Members of the NEPM Variation team, along with technical experts involved in developing guidance for inclusion in the amended NEPM Schedules, presented the changes and identified new aspects in comparison with the 1999 NEPM.

In response to feedback from industry and regulators, which included requests to access the workshop materials and information following the conclusion of the workshop series, CRC CARE has made the workshop and presentation materials available on DVD. The enclosed set of DVDs – containing the recorded presentations and audio from a live workshop – will be of relevance to all regulators and practitioners dealing with the assessment of contaminated sites.

For further information:

  • The amended ASC NEPM and schedules are available for use via the Standing Council on Environment and Water website: www.scew.gov.au/nepms

The Toolbox, referred to in the presentations, contains additional information including calculators, spread sheets and other supporting documents to assist with application of the ASC NEPM: www.scew.gov.au/nepms/asc-nepm-toolbox

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Health screening levels - DVD training materials

Presented by Eric Friebel, Senior Engineer – Environmental Risk Assessment at GHD, these workshops were prompted following the development by CRC CARE of HSLs for petroleum hydrocarbons. The HSLs were created to address an identified need for consistent human health risk assessment of petroleum hydrocarbon contamination in Australian conditions.

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The series of health-based screening levels (HSLs) workshops held in Australia throughout November 2011 can now be utilised as further training materials for industry via DVD.

Presented by Eric Friebel, Senior Engineer – Environmental Risk Assessment at GHD, these workshops were prompted following the development by CRC CARE of HSLs for petroleum hydrocarbons. The HSLs were created to address an identified need for consistent human health risk assessment of petroleum hydrocarbon contamination in Australian conditions. The HSLs represent the best collective view of the available science and application of Australian approaches on selection of health criteria and exposure parameters.

In Australia, the normal approach for triggering further investigation during contaminated land investigations is to determine whether the concentration of contaminants of concern in soil and/or groundwater exceed published health investigation levels (HILs) or ecological investigation levels (EILs). These levels may also form the basis for clean-up criteria. In the case of petroleum hydrocarbons, a number of HILs exist; however, these are limited and do not extend to a variety of soil types and aquifer situations, or to the assessment of volatile hydrocarbons.

The development of the HSLs was conducted through detailed consultation with the Australian health and environmental regulators, laboratories, research groups, oil industry and environmental consultants. The HSLs and the underlying methodology may now be used for health risk assessment purposes in the context of the wider site assessment framework for petroleum hydrocarbon contamination provided in the Assessment of Site Contamination NEPM as varied.

To support the uptake and appropriate application of the HSLs, this full-day workshop provided instructions and case study examples on how the HSLs should be applied in practice and details on the key limitations of their use. The workshop also guided attendees through the development of the HSLs and guidance documents, to provide a better understanding of their basis and insight into the decisions made during the consultation process.

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Jackie Wright - Human Health Risk Assessment Framework and HILs

The presentation focuses on the Human health risk assessment framework. The presentation provides an outline of the risk assessment framework described in schedule B4, including an overview of what has changed and what has remained the same. An overview of the tiered approach to health risk assessment is also provided prior to outlining the underlying approach for derivation of the HILs as described in schedule B7, and some of the specific considerations that should be undertaken in applying the HILs.

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The Cooperative Research Centre for Contamination Assessment and Remediation of the Environment (CRC CARE), in partnership with participating jurisdictions, coordinated a national workshop series in May 2013 to provide regulators, site assessors, consultants, environmental auditors, landowners, developers and industry practitioners with an opportunity to come together and gain an understanding of the changes, new elements, and implementation of the Assessment of Site Contamination NEPM amendment.

Members of the NEPM Variation team, along with technical experts involved in developing guidance for inclusion in the amended NEPM Schedules, presented the changes and identified new aspects in comparison with the 1999 NEPM.

In response to feedback from industry and regulators, which included requests to access the workshop materials and information following the conclusion of the workshop series, CRC CARE has made the workshop and presentation materials available on DVD. The enclosed set of DVDs – containing the recorded presentations and audio from a live workshop – will be of relevance to all regulators and practitioners dealing with the assessment of contaminated sites.

 For further information:

  • The amended ASC NEPM and schedules are available for use via the Standing Council on Environment and Water website: www.scew.gov.au/nepms
  • The Toolbox, referred to in the presentations, contains additional information including calculators, spread sheets and other supporting documents to assist with application of the ASC NEPM: www.scew.gov.au/nepms/asc-nepm-toolbox.

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$100.00

Jackie Wright - Vapour Risk Assessment

This presentation covers the new inclusion of Vapour risk assessment, including how to assess vapours and what are the major aspects should be considered when assessing vapour.

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The Cooperative Research Centre for Contamination Assessment and Remediation of the Environment (CRC CARE), in partnership with participating jurisdictions, coordinated a national workshop series in May 2013 to provide regulators, site assessors, consultants, environmental auditors, landowners, developers and industry practitioners with an opportunity to come together and gain an understanding of the changes, new elements, and implementation of the Assessment of Site Contamination NEPM amendment.

Members of the NEPM Variation team, along with technical experts involved in developing guidance for inclusion in the amended NEPM Schedules, presented the changes and identified new aspects in comparison with the 1999 NEPM.

In response to feedback from industry and regulators, which included requests to access the workshop materials and information following the conclusion of the workshop series, CRC CARE has made the workshop and presentation materials available on DVD. The enclosed set of DVDs – containing the recorded presentations and audio from a live workshop – will be of relevance to all regulators and practitioners dealing with the assessment of contaminated sites.

 For further information:

  • The amended ASC NEPM and schedules are available for use via the Standing Council on Environment and Water website: www.scew.gov.au/nepms
  • The Toolbox, referred to in the presentations, contains additional information including calculators, spread sheets and other supporting documents to assist with application of the ASC NEPM: www.scew.gov.au/nepms/asc-nepm-toolbox

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