Due to the often inherently hazardous nature of processing environments, it is important that potentially contaminated land is restored to an agreed state, to maximise its future potential.
This phase of work typically represents the latter stages of a site’s operational lifespan with one organisation, but naturally paves the way for the space to be regenerated for a range of possible uses.
RVA tackles this portfolio of services just like any other – with maximum respect for EHS excellence and project cost control.
As the project evolved, GrowHow extended RVA’s remit to include a ground remediation contract and a complex dismantling-for-export contract. All contracts were completed in a timely manner, and no disputes or claims arose.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you and your team for the thorough and professional way in which you worked throughout the project.
Remediation works signal agrichem project completion
While RVA was appointed to deliver contractor appointment, contract management, and EHS coordination for Nufarm's decommissioning project at Belvedere, the scope of our involvement went on to extend beyond this initial CDM regulations brief. Working closely alongside Nufarm's environmental consultants, we were able to bring this complex agrichem project to a successful close.
Physical, virtual or hybrid decommissioning support
When it comes to our provision of decommissioning services, we can adopt varied deployment methods, including a physical on-site presence, virtual support, or a hybrid approach. Exactly what is feasible will depend on the scope of work involved, and decisions will always be made on the grounds of safety. However, where possible we will actively seek to make best use of technology and remote or geographically diverse resources, to reduce the unnecessary carbon impact of travel, and keep programmes progressing fluidly whatever else may be going on in the world.