CIWEM's Contaminated Land Network (CLN) supports
professionals in the contaminated land sector.
The function of the CIWEM Contaminated Land Network is to
provide expert views for the Institution and to be a sounding board
for current and new initiatives.
Role and Remit
The role of the CIWEM CLN is to bring together
government/non-governmental bodies, industry, academia and other
stakeholders to stimulate sharing of knowledge and good practice in
the management of contaminated land. The network aims to
support the relationship between academic research and
The CLN is a virtual global network, operating mainly by email.
However, the steering group comprising 13 individuals meets on a
regular basis to discuss topics of interest and concern in the
sector and steer the activities of the network.
Steering group members:
- Gary Winder - WYG (Chair)
- Prof. Mengfang Chen - Institute of Soil Sciences, Chinese
Academy of Sciences
- Danny Hope - Scott Wilson
- Sarah Dack - Mouchel
- Natalyn Ala - Atkins Global
- Fredrick Leong - Meinhardt Infrastructure and Environment
Ltd (Hong Kong)
- Andrew Wiseman - Stephenson Harwood
- Stephen Moreby - Gloucester Council
- Dr. Nick Voulvoulis - Imperial College, London
- Dr. Richard Boyle - Homes and Communities Agency
- Mark Hill - Central Government
- Jonathan Abra - The Environmental Sustainability Knowledge
- Trevor Howard - Environment Agency
The CLN has a number of strategic linkages with CIWEM's waste
management technical panel as well as through our status as a
founding body of SiLC.
If you have contaminated land as an element of your post, are
interested in contaminated land issues or require further
information on joining the network or steering group please contact
Membership of the network is not a major commitment - it is a
good way to keep in touch with CIWEM's work (there will be regular
email updates) on contaminated land issues and to pass on your