BS 10175:2001 - Investigation of potentially contaminated sites. Code of practice

BS 10175:2001

Investigation of potentially contaminated sites. Code of practice

Status : Withdrawn, Revised, Superseded   Published : January 2001 Replaced By : BS 10175:2011+A2:2017

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Standard NumberBS 10175:2001
TitleInvestigation of potentially contaminated sites. Code of practice
StatusWithdrawn, Revised, Superseded
Publication Date15 January 2001
Confirm Date01 November 2007
Withdrawn Date31 March 2011
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Replaced ByBS 10175:2011+A2:2017
ReplacesDD 175:1988
Draft Superseded By98/564053 DC
DescriptorsContamination, Project management, Field testing, Ground water, Dangerous materials, Pollution, Gases, Toxic materials, Chemical analysis and testing, Laboratory testing, Land pollution, Environmental cleanliness, Surface water, Soil pollution, Site investigations, Risk assessment, Sampling methods
ICS13.080.01
19.040
91.200
Title in GermanUntersuchung von moeglichen verseuchten Gelaenden. Leitfaden
CommitteeEH/4
ISBN0 580 33090 7
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryNo
Pages82
File Size767 KB
Price£274.00


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