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Remediation Planning
Remediation Planning
Remediation Planning
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Remediation Planning
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Remediation Planning

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  • 1. REMEDIATION PLANNING
  • 2. REMEDIATION Removal of pollution and contaminants from environmental media, such as SOIL, GROUNDWATER, SEDIMENT, SURFACE WATER FOR General protection of human health and the environment or from a brownfield site intended for redevelopment. GREEN RESTORATION
  • 3. BACKGROUND PLANNING PROCESS: 1. Identify Problems and specify objectives 2. Design, Study and compile an inventory of conditions and resources 3. Analyze data and formulate plans and policies 4. Evaluate alternative plans and policies and select the best alternative 5. Implement the plan or policy and continuously monitor the implementation Urban dwellers are continuously surrounded by messages that land and resources elsewhere are somehow UNRELATED TO URBAN ACTIVITIES
  • 4. Urban Ecology = Human activity Built Environment Nature Contradictory Action
  • 5. ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNING (Based on Hazardous Waste Planning) 1. Hazardous waste management planning 2. Site correction and remediation 3. Emergency response and hazard management 4. Citizen participation planning
  • 6. REMEDIATION Brownfields are abandoned, idled, or under-used industrial and commercial facilities where expansion or redevelopment is complicated by real or perceived environmental contaminations. Land/field that is previously used for industrial purposes of certain commercial uses that maybe contaminated by low concentrations of hazardous wate or pollution and has the potential to be reused once it cleaned up GREEN RESTORATION
  • 7. GREEN RESTORATION
  • 8. Olympic Clean Up: John Pym Site Remediation Waste Management Water Sensitive Urban Design Nature Conservation GREEN RESTORATION
  • 9. GREEN RESTORATION
  • 10. Treatment and/or containment of waste to reduce exposure to contamination Stormwater capture and water recycling to re-use and conserve resources Installation of new wetlands to reduce flood levels, provide habitat, irrigation, aesthetics, restore creek catchment function Restoration of a quot;naturalquot; creek line for Haslams Creek from a concrete stormwater channel plus removal of in-channel quot;chokesquot; to manage stormwater flows, reduce flooding, provide habitat and improve aesthetics Monitoring and conservation plan development for key species or communities, Green building guidelines, which considered the entire life cycle of materials, waste management and use of energy. GREEN RESTORATION
  • 11. GREEN RESTORATION
  • 12. Newton Creek, NY
  • 13. The Newton Creek has a legacy of over a century of industrial use. It is where a 55-acre, 17 million gallon oil spill (one of the largest in U.S. history) happened. More than 2.7 billion gallons of raw sewage are pumped and discharged into the creek each year. All of the creeks 1.5 square miles of tidal wetlands have been lost.

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