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Contaminated Land Management for Circular City Planning

Day 1 - 5th Oct | 13:30 - 15:00

Location: Workshop A

Circular Economy

Overview

Land is an important and limited resource within our community. This session will explore the various brownfield redevelopment options and approaches to enable circular city planning.

Learnings

  • How to assess contaminated land risks
  • What are the regulatory framework and procedures
  • What options are present to managed contaminated land
  • How to evaluate the cost-benefits of remedial options

Post Event Actions

  • How to consider contaminated land risks early in development projects
  • Adequately factor in remedial works within the Works Program
  • Understand some of the common techniques and strategies involved

Speakers

Dr Alex Cheung

Associate Director, Environment, China Region

WSP

Dr Alex Cheung

Associate Director, Environment, China Region

WSP

Dr Alex Cheung is WSP’s Associate Director of Environment in China region. With over 30 years of experience, Alex is a Chartered Chemist specialises in wastewater treatment, waste management and environmental risk management, including water quality improvement, environmental site assessments and contamination remediation works. He has been listed in Stanford University’s list of the World’s Top 2% of the Most-Cited Scientists.

Dr Paul Kau

Managing Director, Environment, Greater China

WSP

Dr Paul Kau

Managing Director, Environment, Greater China

WSP

Dr Paul Kau is WSP’s Managing Director of Environment in Greater China region. He is also the firm’s global leader for the Merger and Acquisitions (M&A) Technical Community, focusing on technical excellence associated with asset transfers, particularly within the manufacturing sector. With his vast experience in carrying out environmental health & safety assessments and remediation projects throughout Asia for 25 years, Dr Kau is leading a strong team of environmental experts to shape our Future Ready net zero built environment through seamless cross-sector collaborations.

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