Environmental Good Practice on Site Guide was first published in 1999 and...
By: I Audus (Author), Philip Charles (Author)
188 pages, colour photos, illustrations, tables
Construction activities have the potential to affect the surrounding environment including neighbours as well as the wider environment. Good environmental practice enables these effects to be managed positively. This guide provides practical advice about managing construction on site to minimise environmental effects, and is relevant to all concerned within the construction process. It is accompanied by a CD-Rom containing a series of toolbox talks and other important guidance. This third edition is an update of C650 (2005).
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