Sterling House, Loughton

June 2023

RML were commissioned to carry out a Site investigation to obtain information on the concrete slab, sub-soil conditions and existing foundations at this site, together with some laboratory testing, in order to provide baseline information for subsequent foundation design by others.

Fieldwork

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 7 No. Concrete Cores, 1 No. Dual Sonic/Rotary Coring Borehole, 3 No. Drive-in-sampler Boreholes, 2 No. Mechanically Excavated Trial Pits and MEXE Probe CBR tests were undertaken as part of the investigation.

Ground Conditions

According to information published by British Geological Survey (BGS) the underlying geology at the site site is shown as being London Clay of the Eocene Period.

Laboratory Testing

Natural Moisture Contents, Atterberg Limits, Quick Undrained Triaxial Compression Tests, Unconfined Compression Tests, Chemical Analysis, Waste Classification Tests, Asbestos Identifications and pH and Sulphate Tests were the Laboratory tests undertaken for the project.

Industrial Estate, Romsey

June 2023

RML were commissioned to carry out a Site investigation for the demolition of existing buildings and construction of new, single-storey, industrial units.

Fieldwork

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 1 No. Cable Percussion Borehole, 3 No. Light Percussion Boreholes and Land-Borne Gas and Groundwater Monitoring were undertaken as part of the investigation.

Ground Conditions

According to information published by British Geological Survey (BGS) the underlying geology at the site site site is shown as being recent Alluvium overlying recent River Terrace Deposits overlying the Wittering Formation (Bracklesham Group) of the Palaeogene Period.

Laboratory Testing

Natural Moisture Contents, Atterberg Limits, Quick Undrained Triaxial Compression Tests, Particle Size Distribution, Chemical Analysis, Asbestos Identifications and pH and Sulphate Tests were the Laboratory tests undertaken for the project.

Sandbanks Road, Poole

November 2022

RML carried out both a Phase I Desk Study and Phase II Site Investigation for the demolition of an existing office building (Class E) and ancillary building and erection of a new office (Class E) building with bin store, cycle store building with associated parking and access.

Walkover Survey

A walkover survey was carried out by an RML Engineer to establish if contamination is present from any undocumented practice or industrial use of the land and surrounding land and if necessary to confirm the accuracy of the information obtained from elsewhere as part of the Preliminary Risk Assessment (PRA) data gathering process . A visual assessment of the land to check for signs of industrial activity, landfilling, fly tipping , fuel storage, fuel tanks, asbestos related materials or any land contamination was undertaken and a photographic record made to provide evidence to show the condition of the land at the time of the Walkover Survey.

Phase 1 Environmental Risk Assessment

Environmental data, comprising geo-environmental hazards, hydrology and hydrogeology, was obtained for the current site covering an area of up to 1000m from the site boundary.

Historical Maps

Historical Ordnance Survey maps were also obtained for the site, as part of the PRA data gathering process. These maps were used to inform of potential historical contaminative processes.

Site Works

1 No. Cable Percussion borehole, 3 No. Light Percussion boreholes, 1 No. Mechanically excavated Trial Pit, 1 No. BRE 365 Soil Infiltration test, 1 No. Shallow Soil Infiltration Test and MEXE Probe CBR Tests were undertaken at the site. Monitoring installations were subsequently fitted within the boreholes to facilitate land-borne gas monitoring.

Laboratory Testing

Natural Moisture Contents, Atterberg Limits, Quick Undrained Triaxial Compression Tests, pH & sulphate tests, chemical analysis and asbestos identifications were undertaken for the project.

Chesterton Road, Cambridge

November 2022

RML were commissioned to carry out a Site investigation for a demolition of an existing building and provision of a mixed use scheme comprising 19 No. small and large HMO units.

Field Work

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 3 No. Concrete Cores, 3 No. Drive-In-Sampler Boreholes, Shallow Infiltration Tests, Falling Head Permeability Tests, Land-borne Gas Monitoring and Photoionisation Detector (PID) Monitoring were undertaken as part of the investigation.

Ground Conditions

According to information published by British Geological Survey (BGS) the underlying geology at the site comprised 2nd River Terrace Deposits over the Gault Formation of the of the Cretaceous Period.

Laboratory Testing

Particle Size Distribution, Dynamic Headspace Analysis, Chemical Analysis, Waste Classification Tests and pH and Sulphate Tests were the Laboratory tests undertaken for the project.

Brooke Street and Oxford Road Sites High Wycombe

October 2022

RML were commissioned to carry out a Site investigation for two sites in High Wycombe. Oxford Road Site – demolition of the existing buildings and construction of a new seven-storey, Brook Street Site – demolition of the existing buildings and construction of a new two-storey building.

Field Work

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 3 No. Cable Percussion Boreholes, 3 No. Window Sampler Boreholes, MEXE Probe CBR Tests, 9 No. Hand Excavated Trial Pits, 2 No. BRE 365 Soil Infiltration Tests and Land-borne Gas Monitoring were undertaken as part of the investigation.

Ground Conditions

According to information published by British Geological Survey (BGS) the underlying geology at the site comprised Recent Alluvium deposits overlying Middle Chalk of the Cretaceous Period.

Laboratory Testing

Particle Size Distribution, Chemical Analysis, Waste Classification Tests, Asbestos Identification Tests and pH and Sulphate Tests were the Laboratory tests undertaken for the project.

Reading Road, Shiplake

September 2022

RML were commissioned to carry out a Site Investigation for the construction of a new, low-rise, detached dwelling with associated access road and landscaping.

Fieldwork

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 2 No. Cable Percussion Boreholes and 20 No. Dynamic Probes (DPSH) were undertaken across the site.

Ground Conditions

According to Information Published by British Geological survey (BGS) the underlying geology of this site site comprised Recent Taplow Gravel (River Thames Terrace Deposits) overlying Upper Chalk of the Upper Cretaceous Period.

Discussions and Recommendations

Geotechnical parameters for conventional shallow foundation design and piled foundations were discussed within the RML report and submitted to the Client.

Barwell Business Park, Chessington

September 2022

RML were commissioned to carry out a Site investigation to gather information on the existing ground
slab and underlying sub-soil conditions at this site, together with laboratory testing,
in order to assist the Consulting Engineers to confirm the safe bearing capacity of the concrete
slab.

Fieldwork

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 4 No. Concrete Cores, 6 No. Drive-in-Sampler Boreholes and MEXE Probe CBR Tests were undertaken as part of the site investigation.

Ground Conditions

According to Information Published by British Geological Survey the underlying geology at this site comprised London Clay of the Eocene Period.

Laboratory Testing

Natural Moisture Contents, Atterberg Limits, Quick Undrained Triaxial Compression Tests and Uniaxial Compression Tests were the Laboratory tests undertaken for this project.

Blashford, Ringwood

August 2022

RML weren commissioned to carry out both a Phase I, Non-Intrusive, Desk Study and a Phase II, Intrusive, Site Investigation for the demolition of the existing dwelling and construction of a new single-storey property with two wings and an outbuilding arranged around a central courtyard.

Walkover Survey by RML Engineer

A walkover survey was carried out by an RML Engineer to establish if contamination is present from any undocumented practice or industrial use of the land and surrounding land and if necessary to confirm the accuracy of the information obtained from elsewhere as part of the Preliminary Risk Assessment (PRA) data gathering process . A visual assessment of the land to check for signs of industrial activity, landfilling, fly tipping , fuel storage, fuel tanks, asbestos related materials or any land contamination was undertaken and a photographic record made to provide evidence to show the condition of the land at the time of the Walkover Survey.

Phase I Environmental Risk Assessment

Environmental data, Comprising geo-environmental hazards, hydrology and hydrogeology was obtained for the current site covering an area of up to 1000mm from the site boundary.

Historical Maps

Historical Ordnance Survey maps were also obtained for the site, as part of the PRA data gathering process. These maps were used to inform of potential historical contaminative processes.

Fieldwork

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 1 No. Cable Percussion Borehole, 3 No. Drive-In-Sampler Boreholes, 1 No. Hand Excavated Trial Pits and Land-borne Gas Monitoring were undertaken as part of site investigation.

Laboratory Testing

Particle Size Distribution, pH & Sulphate tests, Chemical analysis, Waste Acceptance Criteria (WAC) Tests and Asbestos Identification were the Laboratory tests undertaken as part of investigation.

Ascot Road, MAIDENHEAD

August 2022

RML were instructed to carry out a Site investigation for the demolition of an existing dwelling and construction of a new three-storey property, together with associated car parking, access and landscaping.

Fieldwork

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 1 No. Sonic Coring Borehole, 3 No. Drive-in-Sampler Boreholes, 1 No. Falling Head Permeability Test and Land-borne Gas Monitoring.

Ground Conditions

According to Information Published by British Geological Survey (BGS) the underlying geology at this site comprised London Clay of the Eocene Period. The Lambeth Group would be expected to underlie the London Clay at the site.

Laboratory Testing

Natural Moisture Contents, Atterberg Limits, Quick Undrained Triaxial Compression Tests, Particle Size Distribution Tests, Chemical Analysis, Asbestos Identification, Waste Acceptance Criteria (WAC) Tests and pH and Sulphate Tests were the Laboratory tests undertaken for this project.

Laverstoke Lane, Whitchurch

July 2022

RML were commissioned to carry out a Site investigation for the construction of a large, detached, new property with ancillary buildings consisting of a pool and racket sports court together with associated access road and landscaping.

Filed Work

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 3 No. Light Percussion Boreholes, 6 No. Mechanically Excavated Boreholes, MEXE Probe CBR Tests, and Land-borne Gas Monitoring were undertaken as part of the site investigation.

Ground Conditions

According to Information Published by British Geological survey (BGS) the underlying geology at this site comprised the White Chalk Subgroup of the Upper Cretaceous Period.

Laboratory Testing

Chemical Analysis, Asbestos Identification and pH and Sulphate Tests are the Laboratory tests undertaken for this project.

Leacon Road, Ashford

July 2022

RML were commissioned to carry out both Phase I, Non-intrusive, Desk Study and Phase II, Intrusive, Site investigation for the extension of existing areas of concrete surfacing and the installation of new below ground drainage infrastructure.

Walkover Survey by RML Engineer

A walkover survey was carried out by an RML Engineer to establish if contamination is present from any undocumented practice or industrial use of the land and surrounding land and if necessary to confirm the accuracy of the information obtained from elsewhere as part of the Preliminary Risk Assessment (PRA) data gathering process . A visual assessment of the land to check for signs of industrial activity, landfilling, fly tipping , fuel storage, fuel tanks, asbestos related materials or any land contamination was undertaken and a photographic record made to provide evidence to show the condition of the land at the time of the Walkover Survey.

Phase I Environmental Risk Assessment

Environmental data, comprising geo-environmental hazards, hydrology and hydrogeology, was obtained for the current site covering an area of up to 1000m from the site boundary.

Historical Maps

Historical Ordnance Survey maps were also obtained for the site, as part of the PRA data gathering process. These maps were used to inform of potential historical contaminative processes.

Fieldwork

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 12 No. Light Percussion Boreholes, MEXE Probe CBR Tests, Shallow Samples, BRE 365 Soil Infiltration Tests, and Land-borne Gas Monitoring were undertaken as part of site investigation.

Laboratory Testing

Natural Moisture Contents, Atterberg Limits, Quick Undrained Triaxial Compression Test, Particle Size Distribution, pH & Sulphates tests, Chemical analysis and Asbestos Identification were the Laboratory tests undertaken for this project.

Gladstone Road, Exeter

June 2022

RML were commissioned to carry out a Site Investigation for a new single-storey extension to the existing Waitrose Supermarket and for a new lightweight canopy in the rear car parking area.

Fieldwork

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 3 No. Drive-In-Sampler Boreholes, MEXE Probe CBR Tests, and 3 No. Mechanically/Hand Excavated Trial Pits were undertaken as part of the investigation.

Ground Conditions

According to information published by British Geological Survey (BGS) the underlying geology at the site were recent River Terrace Deposits overlying Alphington Breccia of the Permian Period.

Laboratory Testing

Natural moisture contents, Atterberg Limits, Quick Undrained Triaxial Compression Tests, and pH and Sulphate Tests were the Laboratory tests undertaken for the project.

Belgravia, London

May 2022

RML were commissioned to carry out both a Phase I Desk study and Phase II Site investigation in Belgravia, London for the complete renovation of a building, while retaining the external facade.

Walkover Survey by RML Engineer

A walkover survey was carried out by an RML Engineer to establish if contamination is present from any undocumented practice or industrial use of the land and surrounding land and if necessary to confirm the accuracy of the information obtained from elsewhere as part of the Preliminary Risk Assessment (PRA) data gathering process . A visual assessment of the land to check for signs of industrial activity, landfilling, fly tipping , fuel storage, fuel tanks, asbestos related materials or any land contamination was undertaken and a photographic record made to provide evidence to show the condition of the land at the time of the Walkover Survey.

Phase I Environmental Risk Assessment

Environmental data, comprising geo-environmental hazards, hydrology and hydrogeology, was obtained for the current site covering an area of up to 1000m from the site boundary.

Historical Maps

Historical Ordnance Survey maps were also obtained for the site, as part of the PRA data gathering process. These maps were used to inform of potential historical contaminative processes.

Fieldwork

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 1 No. Light Percussion Borehole, 1 No. ‘cut-down’ Cable Percussion Borehole, 1 No. Drive-In-Sampler Borehole, Falling Head Permeability Tests and Land-Borne Gas Monitoring were undertaken as part of investigation.

Laboratory Testing

Natural Moisture Content, Quick Undrained Triaxial Compression Test, Particle Size Distribution, pH & Sulphate tests, Chemical analysis, Asbestos Identification and Waste Acceptance Criteria (WAC) tests were the Laboratory tests undertaken for this project.

Tower Hamlets, Poplar

May 2022

RML were commissioned to carry out a Site Investigation for the demolition of an existing building and construction of two new build residential blocks in Tower Hamlets, Poplar.

Fieldwork

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 3 No. Cable Percussion Boreholes, 3 No. Drive-in-sampler, Mechanically Excavated Trial pits, BRE 365 Soil Infiltration Tests, MEXE Probe CBR Tests, and Land-Borne Gas Monitoring were undertaken as part of the site investigation.

Ground Conditions

According to information published by British Geological Survey (BGS) the underlying geology at the site comprised Kempton Park Gravel (Thames Gravel Deposits) overlying London Clay of the Eocene Period.

Laboratory Testing

Natural moisture contents, Atterberg Limits, Quick Undrained Triaxial Compression Tests, Particle Distribution, pH & Sulphate tests, Chemical analysis, Asbestos Identification and Waste Acceptance Criteria (WAC) are the Laboratory tests undertaken for this project.

Sparsholt, Hampshire

April 2022

RML were instructed to carry out both a Phase I Desk study and Phase II Site investigation in Sparsholt, Hampshire for a conversion of two existing agricultural buildings to form three dwellings.

Walkover Survey by RML Engineer

A walkover survey was carried out by an RML Engineer to establish if contamination is present from any undocumented practice or industrial use of the land and surrounding land and if necessary to confirm the accuracy of the information obtained from elsewhere as part of the Preliminary Risk Assessment (PRA) data gathering process . A visual assessment of the land to check for signs of industrial activity, landfilling, fly tipping , fuel storage, fuel tanks, asbestos related materials or any land contamination was undertaken and a photographic record made to provide evidence to show the condition of the land at the time of the Walkover Survey.

Phase I Environmental Risk Assessment

Environmental data, comprising geo-environmental hazards, hydrology and hydrogeology, was obtained for the current site covering an area of up to 1000m from the site boundary.

Historical Maps

Historical Ordnance Survey maps were also obtained for the site, as part of the PRA data gathering process. These maps were used to inform of potential historical contaminative processes.

Fieldwork

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 4 No. Light Percussion Boreholes, 6 No. Hand Excavated Trial Pits, BRE 365 Soil Infiltration Test, MEXE Probe CBR Tests, and Land-Borne Gas Monitoring were undertaken as part of site investigation.

Laboratory Testing

Chalk Density Tests, pH & Sulphate tests, Chemical analysis, Asbestos Identification and Waste Acceptance Criteria (WAC) were the Laboratory tests undertaken for this project.

Chiswick High Road, London

March 2022

RML were commissioned to carry out both a Phase I, non-intrusive, Desk Study and Phase II, intrusive, Site Investigation in Chiswick, London for a development of a New Travelodge Hotel.

Walkover Survey by RML Engineer

A walkover survey was carried out by an RML Engineer to establish if contamination is present from any undocumented practice or industrial use of the land and surrounding land and if necessary to confirm the accuracy of the information obtained from elsewhere as part of the Preliminary Risk Assessment (PRA) data gathering process . A visual assessment of the land to check for signs of industrial activity, landfilling, fly tipping , fuel storage, fuel tanks, asbestos related materials or any land contamination was undertaken and a photographic record made to provide evidence to show the condition of the land at the time of the Walkover Survey.

Phase I Environmental Risk Assessment

Environmental data, comprising geo-environmental hazards, hydrology and hydrogeology, was obtained for the current site covering an area of up to 1000m from the site boundary.

Historical Maps

Historical Ordnance Survey maps were also obtained for the site, as part of the PRA data gathering process. These maps were used to inform of potential historical contaminative processes.

Fieldwork

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 2 No. Cable Percussion Boreholes, 4 No. Drive-in-sampler Boreholes, On-site UXO support and Land-Borne Gas Monitoring.

Laboratory Testing

Natural Moisture Contents, Atterberg Limits, Quick Undrained Triaxial Compression Tests, pH & Sulphate tests, Chemical analysis, Asbestos Identification and Waste Acceptance Criteria (WAC) tests were Laboratory tests undertaken for this project.

St Mary’s Hospital, Isle Of Wight

March 2022

RML were commissioned to carry out both a Phase I, non-intrusive, Desk study and Phase II, intrusive, Site Investigation at St Mary’s Hospital, Isle of Wight for a new single story lightweight building.

Walkover Survey by RML Engineer

A walkover survey was carried out by an RML Engineer to establish if contamination is present from any undocumented practice or industrial use of the land and surrounding land and if necessary to confirm the accuracy of the information obtained from elsewhere as part of the Preliminary Risk Assessment (PRA) data gathering process . A visual assessment of the land to check for signs of industrial activity, landfilling, fly tipping , fuel storage, fuel tanks, asbestos related materials or any land contamination was undertaken and a photographic record made to provide evidence to show the condition of the land at the time of the Walkover Survey.

Phase I Environmental Risk Assessment

Environmental data, comprising geo-environmental hazards, hydrology and hydrogeology, was obtained for the current site covering an area of up to 1000m from the site boundary.

Historical Maps

Historical Ordnance Survey maps were also obtained for the site, as part of the PRA data gathering process. These maps were used to inform of potential historical contaminative processes.

Fieldwork

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 2 No. Light Percussion Boreholes, 2 No. Hand Auger Boreholes and Land-Borne Gas Monitoring were undertaken as part of investigation.

Laboratory Testing

Natural Moisture Contents, Atterberg Limits, Quick Undrained Triaxial Compression Tests, pH & Sulphates tests, Chemical analysis, Asbestos Identification and Waste Acceptance Criteria (WAC) tests were the Laboratory tests undertaken for this project.

East Finchley, London

March 2022

RML have now been commissioned to carry out both Phase I, non-intrusive, Desk study and Phase II, intrusive, Site investigation for the development of 20 new dwellings in two separate blocks at a site in East Finchley.

Walkover Survey by RML Engineer

A walkover survey was carried out by an RML Engineer to establish if contamination is present from any undocumented practice or industrial use of the land and surrounding land and if necessary to confirm the accuracy of the information obtained from elsewhere as part of the Preliminary Risk Assessment (PRA) data gathering process . A visual assessment of the land to check for signs of industrial activity, landfilling, fly tipping , fuel storage, fuel tanks, asbestos related materials or any land contamination was undertaken and a photographic record made to provide evidence to show the condition of the land at the time of the Walkover Survey.

Phase I Environmental Risk Assessment

Environmental data, comprising geo-environmental hazards, hydrology and hydrogeology, was obtained for the current site covering an area of up to 1000m from the site boundary.

Historical Maps

Historical Ordnance Survey maps were also obtained for the site, as part of the PRA data gathering process. These maps were used to inform of potential historical contaminative processes.

Fieldwork

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 2 No. Cable Percussion Boreholes, 4 No. Drive-in-Sampler Boreholes, MEXE Probe CBR Tests, 3 No. Hand Excavated Trial Pits, 3 No. Soil Percolation Tests and Land-Borne Gas Monitoring.

Laboratory Testing

Natural Moisture Content, Atterberg Limits, Particle Size Distribution, Quick Undrained Triaxial Compression Tests, Uniaxial Compression Test, pH & Sulphate tests, Chemical analysis, Asbestos Identification and Waste Acceptance Criteria (WAC) tests were the Laboratory tests undertaken for this project.

Fingle Drive, Milton Keynes

January 2022

RML carried out a Ground Investigation at Milton Keynes for Vodafone for proposed plant and retaining walls.

Walkover Survey by RML Engineer

A walkover survey was carried out by an RML Engineer to establish if contamination is present from any undocumented practice or industrial use of the land and surrounding land and if necessary to confirm the accuracy of the information obtained from elsewhere as part of the Preliminary Risk Assessment (PRA) data gathering process . A visual assessment of the land to check for signs of industrial activity, landfilling, fly tipping , fuel storage, fuel tanks, asbestos related materials or any land contamination was undertaken and a photographic record made to provide evidence to show the condition of the land at the time of the Walkover Survey.

Phase 1 Environmental Risk Assessment

Environmental data, comprising geo-environmental hazards, hydrology and hydrogeology, was obtained for the current site covering an area of up to 1000m from the site boundary.

Historical Maps

Historical Ordnance Survey maps were also obtained for the site, as part of the PRA data gathering process. These maps were used to inform of potential historical contaminative processes.

Field Work

Fieldwork was undertaken in line with British Standards BS 5930:2015+A1:2020. 3 No. Concrete Cores, 5 No. Drive-in-Sampler Boreholes, MEXE Probe CBR Tests and Land-Borne Gas Monitoring were undertaken as part of site investigation.

Laboratory Testing

Natural Moisture Content, Atterberg Limits, Quick Undrained Triaxial Compression Tests, Uniaxial Compression Test, pH & Sulphates tests, Chemical analysis, Asbestos Identification and Waste Acceptance Criteria tests are the Laboratory tests undertaken for this project.

General Hospital, Southampton

November 2021

RML carried out a Ground Investigation at Southampton General Hospital for the NHS foundation trust to inform the design of a proposed two-storey bridge link between a new extension and the main Hospital building.

Walkover Survey

A walkover survey was carried out by an RML Engineer to establish if contamination is present from any undocumented practice or industrial use of the land and surrounding land and if necessary to confirm the accuracy of the information obtained from elsewhere as part of the Preliminary Risk Assessment (PRA) data gathering process . A visual assessment of the land to check for signs of industrial activity, landfilling, fly tipping , fuel storage, fuel tanks, asbestos related materials or any land contamination was undertaken and a photographic record made to provide evidence to show the condition of the land at the time of the Walkover Survey.

Phase 1 Environmental Risk Assessment

Environmental data, comprising geo-environmental hazards, hydrology and hydrogeology, was obtained for the current site covering an area of up to 1000m from the site boundary.

Historical Maps

Historical Ordnance Survey maps were also obtained for the site, as part of the PRA data gathering process. These maps were used to inform of potential historical contaminative processes.

Site Works

2 No. Cable Percussion boreholes up to 25m depth were undertaken at the site. Monitoring installations were subsequently fitted within the boreholes to facilitate land-borne gas monitoring.

Laboratory Testing

Particle size distribution, pH & sulphate tests, chemical analysis, asbestos identification, waste acceptance criteria (WAC) tests were undertaken for the project.

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