by V Kukadia, S Upton, C Grimwood (01-Nov-2003)
Construction sites can be a major source of pollution if not managed and controlled properly, and can have an adverse impact on health and the local environment. Enforcement is disruptive and expensive. It is therefore important that construction personnel follow good environmental practice to control these emissions, comply with environmental legislation and prevent problems.
This set of five guides provide help on controlling pollution emissions through effective pre-project planning and management issues that are an essential part of any construction project.
The five guides are sub-titled: Fabrication processes and internal and external finishes; Haulage routes, vehicles and plant; Materials handling, storage, stockpiles, spillage and disposal; Pre-project planning and effective management; Site preparation, demolition, earthworks and landscaping. Total of 32 pages. Available separately @ £19.95