Dr Samuel Hall
John F Hunt Remediation Limited
With over 15 years’ experience working within the brownfield land industry, acting as both a consultant and contractor, Sam has developed a broad skillset relating to the technical, operational and regulatory aspects of contaminated land remediation and brownfield land regeneration.
Working across several sectors including residential development, commercial development, industrial, major land regeneration and utilities, Sam promotes pragmatic and sustainable remediation solutions throughout the entire project lifecycle.
As a Chartered Waste Manager and Qualified Person, he also advises clients and other stakeholders about waste and environmental permitting issues.
Sam undertakes Research and Development projects focusing on practical remedial technologies and solutions, where several processes have been successfully implemented at full-scale.
The Role of Innovation and Collaboration in Cost Effective Remediation Design
The seminar will explore the role of the remediation contractor in providing innovative and collaborative remedial strategies and design. Should these processes be followed appropriately, this can help to drive down the costs associated with contaminated land remediation and brownfield regeneration, leading to ongoing project surety.
The talk will identify where in the overall contaminated land management process innovation and collaboration should be explored, and will utilise examples from current case studies.
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