Discussion meeting: Waste soils on development sites on the island of Ireland; challenges, opportunities and regulatory compliance

Wednesday, 3 February 2021 - 10:00am to 12:00pm

In partnership with the Ireland Brownfield Network (IBN), we will be holding a virtual event that will explore the challenges, opportunities and regulatory requirements of managing waste soils on development sites across the island of Ireland. Relevant to consultants, landowners, developers and designers, the event will include talks from industry leaders and regulators, and breakout sessions that will allow participants to collectively explore EU- and UK-compliant waste soil management approaches and challenges. 

The event will mark the start of a new IBN-led initiative specifically addressing waste soils. It will provide participants the opportunity to shape future outputs so that pragmatic and sustainable solutions are developed that support brownfield redevelopment. Confirmed speakers include key personnel from the Northern Ireland Environment Agency and Ireland's Environmental Protection Agency.  

Secure your place now for a chance to network with fellow land condition professionals and contribute to topical discussions on waste soils relevant to people working in both EU and UK settings.

This event is now fully booked.

About the Ireland Brownfield Network

The Ireland Brownfield Network was established in 2012 by a group of environmental professionals from both jurisdictions on the island of Ireland with the collective aim of promoting the appropriate assessment and sustainable reuse of brownfield land. The IBN aims to encourage constructive dialogue and interaction with all those involved in the redevelopment of brownfield land across the island of Ireland. In doing so, collective learning experiences, good practice and effective strategies can be shared to the betterment of the general industry.