Qualified and experienced contaminated land specialists helping clients around New Zealand
A PSI is often the first step required in assessing a contaminated site and defines what further action, if any, should be undertaken.
Detailed Site Investigations (DSI) are used to determine the impact of former land use activities on a site.
HAIL Environmental carries out Environmental Due Diligence (EDD) for clients who are looking to purchase property that may be impacted by former land use activities.
The selection of appropriate remediation or management options for a contaminated site is complex and influenced by a wide range of environmental factors and clients requirements.
Compliance monitoring is often required on consents. HAIL Environmental offers cost effective monitoring services for clients to ensure compliance with resource consent conditions.
Acting quickly to isolate and contain accidental releases of hazardous substances can save time, money and reputational damage.
Large remediation projects often require significant investigation, consultation and planning prior to implementation.
ABOUT HAIL ENVIRONMENTAL
HAIL Environmental was formed by Brendon Love in early 2014. Brendon’s vision was inspired after seeing a gap in the consulting market.
Since the introduction of the National Environmental Standards for Assessing and Managing Contaminants in Soil to Protect Human Health (NES) the need for contaminated site investigation and management services has increased.
Our contaminated site services cover a range of investigation techniques that are designed with our clients’ needs in mind.
Whether you have been requested to provide a report on your site to fulfil the requirements of the National Environmental Standards (NES), or are looking to assess environmental liability as part of pre-purchase due diligence our team of experienced consultants can assist.
Central Otago – Assessment of health risks associated with naturally occurring arsenic
HAIL Environmental has joined forces with Davis Consulting Group to tackle an Otago developer’s unwelcome surprise. Soil testing across the 30-lot lifestyle subdivision revealed arsenic levels were consistently above the national Soil Contaminant Standard – even though there was no visible manmade source.”