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Phil Hartley is a Chartered Environmental Health Practitioner.
He has worked for Newcastle City Council since 1990 and has specialised
in land contamination for the last fourteen years.
Newcastle City Council was one of the first Local Authorities
to determine a site as ‘Contaminated Land’ and has made a total of
six determinations under Part IIA of The Environmental Protection Act 1990.
The Council has close links with Newcastle University and has worked
collaboratively to assess sites and develop risk assessment techniques
which more accurately assess risk and potential harm.
Phil Hartley is on the panel of
Rescuing Our Brownfield Spaces in
April 2014 as part of the ETUDE project
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