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ABERCROMBIE PRECINCT REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT Business School – B834 Student Accommodation – B835

CONTAMINATION ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL PLAN DOCUMENT NO: JH-B834-PLN-EMP-CECP-012 Recommend Documents to be Read in Conjunction This management procedure should be read in conjunction with the Environmental Management Plan (JH-B834-PLNEMP-012), Waste ECP (JH-B834-PLN-EMP-WECP-012), Soil & Water Quality ECP (JH-B834-PLN-EMP-SWECP-012), Air Quality & Visual Amenity ECP (JH-B834-PLN-EMP-AQECP-012), Noise and Vibration ECP (JH-B834-PLN-NVECP012). Distribution There are no restrictions on the distribution or circulation of this ECP within John Holland. Uncontrolled Copy Signature: Authorised By:

Adrian Mulhall (Project Director)

Date:

Disclaimer: This report has been provided by John Holland Pty Ltd (John Holland) for information purposes only and is strictly confidential. John Holland or anyone on its behalf does not warrant, guarantee or assume any responsibility or duty of care in respect of the information in this report, or represents that the information in this report is accurate, adequate, suitable or complete for any purpose. A recipient of this report must not copy, produce or disclose any information in this report without the prior written permission of John Holland. To the extent permitted by law, John Holland or anyone on its behalf, accepts no liability for any claim, loss, damage, expense or costs incurred by any person as a result of or in connection with any information in this report.


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Revisions Draft issues of this document shall be identified as Revision A, B, C etc. Upon initial issue (generally Contract Award) this shall be changed to a sequential number commencing at Revision 0. Revision numbers shall commence at Rev. 1, 2 etc. DATE

REV

DETAILS

SECTION

PREPARED

REVIEWED

28/06/2013

A

Draft for construction

All

A Curto

J Bassal

29/08/2013

0

All

D.Carino

D.Begley/A.Curto

13/02/2014

1

All

A Curto

S Eaglesham

24/03/2014

2

All

A Harrington

S Eaglesham

JH-B834-PLN-EMP-CECP-012

Incorporate UoS comments. Issued for Construction Incorporate ASA requirements Incorporate CoA A13 and UoS comments

Rev(2)

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CONTAMINATION ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL PLAN ABERCROMBIE PRECINCT REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT

1.0 Scope This Environmental Control Plan is applicable to all construction phase works associated with the Abercrombie Precinct Redevelopment project (John Holland and subcontractors). 2.0 Objective The objectives of this Contamination Environmental Control Plan are to: • Ensure that contaminated soils are managed in a manner that minimises the extent of environmental harm; • Ensure that contaminated soils are managed in a manner that minimises the risk of potential harm to human health; • Ensure that only appropriately skilled personnel handle contamination; and • Minimise potential rework in the event that further soil contamination is discovered. 3.0 Performance Criteria 3.1 General 1. Contaminated land management complies with OEH Guidelines. 2. Contamination is only handled by appropriately licensed personnel. 3. No incidents involving contamination. 4. In the event that further contamination is identified, rework costs are minimised. 3.2 Known Site Contamination Contaminant

Description / Location

Other Notes

Stage 1 - Business School Remediation Area 1: North of Rose Street TPH (Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons), PAH (Poly Aromatic Hydrocarbons) – including benzo(a)pyrene (B(a)P) Lead (Pb) metal concentrations

Remediation Area 2: Rose Street

Remediation Area 3: South of Rose Street

Acid Sulphate Soils

n/a

Exceedances of the criteria for one or more B(a)P, PAH and lead were identified in this area. All impacted material is scheduled to be excavated and disposed of off-site as part of the project. Exceedances of the criteria for one or more B(a)P, PAH and lead were identified in this area. All impacted material (with the exception of material in the vicinity of BH01 to the east of Rose Street) is scheduled to be excavated and disposed of off-site as part of the project. Exceedances of the criteria for one or more B(a)P, PAH and lead were identified in this area. All impacted material is scheduled to be excavated and disposed of off-site as part of the project with the exception of material in the vicinity of TP66 (WSP, 2012), BH19 and BH20 (WSP 2012 and MW03 CH2MHILL), located in the south east corner of the site, where the concentrations of B(a)P, PAH and TPH exceeded the adopted criteria. The site does not present a significant risk of containing acid sulphate soils (ASS), given its elevation (ie. 24.5 – 36.5m AHD) and the relatively small amount of excavation required for the project. ASS is generally restricted to areas below 10m AHD.

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Friable asbestos in Air Handling Units of the Computer Centre; and non-friable materials at the Computer Centre.

Though these materials have been identified by WSP in April 2012, these building have since been demolished and materials removed.

Asbestos

Boundary Land Childcare Centre (BLCC): Shed/storage area, electrical distribution board.

Presumed asbestos, Hazardous Materials Survey and Register for the Abercrombie Student Accommodation Development (DLA Environmental, Feb 2014). No asbestos present at the Shepherd Centre.

Lead

None.

No lead was identified at BLCC or the Shepherd Centre.

PCBs

None.

No PCBs were identified at BLCC or the Shepherd Centre.

Student Accommodation site

To date, with the Shepherd Centre and Boundary Lane Childcare Centre still in place, preliminary laboratory testing has been undertaken at the ASA site to characterise the land and determine the most appropriate method to remediate the site. The figure provided in Section 6.2 is indicative of the location of sampling points. The following parameters were measured: metals, TPH, BTEX, PAH/Phenols, Organochlorine Pesticides, PCBs and Asbestos. In summary, the following preliminary results have been established: - All chemical results were less than the health based investigation levels - One sample failed an ecological screening level for TPH C16-C34 - Nine (9) samples failed an ecological screening level for benzo(a)pyrene. - Three (3) fragments of suspected ACM collected from BH02 (0.5), BH03 (0.6), BH04 (0.6) returned positive results for asbestos. - The soil from BH04 (0.6) also showed asbestos results. - Material from the proposed excavation area is likely to classify as General Solid Waste. Following demolition and removal of buildings on site, there will be further, more detailed investigation to determine the extent of contamination that has been identified in the preliminary stages. The RAP will set out a decision process whereby if contamination is found; the remediation approach chosen will be suited to the type and extent of contamination exposed.

Asbestos Stage 2 – Student Accommodation

Contaminated Lands – Preliminary Investigations

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4.0 References 4.1 Legislation and Guidance Documentation Federal Legislation 1. Environmental Protection & Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999

State legislation 1. Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997 (NSW) 2. Contaminated Land Management Act 1997 (NSW) 3. State Environmental Planning Policy No. 55 – Contaminated Lands (SEPP 55)

Local Government Laws 1. NA

Standards / Codes 1. Guidelines on the Duty to Report Contamination under the Contaminated Land Management Act (NSW, 1997) 2. National Environmental Protection (Assessment of Site Contamination) Measure (NEPC, 1999) 3. Sampling Design Guidelines (NSW EPA, 1995) 4. Australian and New Zealand Guidelines for the Assessment and Management of Contaminated Sites (ANZECC, 1992) 5. DECCW Waste Classification Guidelines, Part 1: Classifying Waste (2008)

Other Documentation 1.

Remedial Action Plan (RAP), Abercrombie Precinct Redevelopment (Business School) prepared by WSP (18 June 2013). 2. Remedial Action Plan (RAP), Abercrombie Precinct Redevelopment (Student Accommodation) prepared by WSP (Currently in DRAFT). 3. Environmental Management Plan (CEMP) 4. Site Environment Plan (SEP) 5. Waste ECP 6. Soil & Water ECP 7. JH Hazardous Chemical Management Procedure 8. JH Safety Quality and Environment Risk Management Procedure. 9. Environmental Assessment prepared by PJEP dated March 2011 10. Statement of Commitments & Project Approval MP07_0158 11. The University of Sydney, Abercrombie Precinct Redevelopment Project Construction Management Plan prepared 23 February 2012. 12. Principal’s Project Requirements Appendix B.1 – preliminaries. Environmental Management Plan

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13. Hazardous Materials Survey and Register for the Abercrombie Student Accommodation Development (DLA Environmental, Feb 2014). 4.2 Definitions & Abbreviations: • UoS – University of Sydney (Client) • JH – John Holland • ABS – Abercrombie Business School • ASA – Abercrombie Student Accommodation • ES – Earthworks Subcontractor • WSP-UoS – WSP engaged by University • WSP-ES – WSP engaged by Earthworks Subcontractor • PM – Project Manager • SM – Site Manager / Super Intendant • FM – Foreman / Supervisor • PER – Project Environmental Representative • PSR – Project Safety Representative

• • • • • • • • •

WRA – Workplace Risk Assessment AMS – Activity Method Statement TRA – Task Risk Assessment SEP – Site Environmental Plan CEMP – Environmental Management Plan ECP – Environmental Control Plan EPA – Environmental Protection Authority OEH – Office of Environment and Heritage EPBC – Environmental Protection and Biodiversity Conservation

5.0 Management of Contamination & Remediation Works 5.1 Actions No Remedial Action Plan (RAP) Report This ECP should be read in consultation with the Remedial Action Plan prepared by WSP for the Abercrombie Precinct Redevelopment project (Business School site) located in Darlington NSW (dated 18 June 2013); and the Remedial Action Plan prepared by WSP for the Abercrombie Precinct Redevelopment project (Student Accommodation site) located in Darlington NSW (date to be added upon finalisation of RAP as described in Section 3.2). General 1. 2. 3.

All JH site personnel to consider undertaking asbestos awareness training (if suitable asbestos awareness does not exist). All construction workers must be informed during site induction, prestart or toolbox meeting of the location of any known contamination. All hazardous materials to be managed in accordance with JH Hazardous Chemical Management Procedure and JH Asbestos Procedure.

Staff Responsible

When

All staff

At all times

Staff Responsible

When Prior to construction works

PM / PSR / PER FM / PER / PSR

At Site Induction

PM / PER / PSR

At all times

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4.

5.

Known contamination to be clearly identified and workers made safe in accordance with relevant legislation and guidance for each contamination type. Typically this includes; • Fencing off known area • Erecting appropriate signage, • Covering/wetting contamination to ensure it does not become airborne. All contaminated material to be transported off-site for disposal to be classified and tracked in accordance with DECCW Waste Classification Guidelines, Part 1: Classifying Waste.

PM

For known Contamination

PM / PER / ES

At all times

All staff

At all times

6.

Contaminated material only to be handled and transported by a suitably licensed person/contractor.

7.

All trucks used to transport contaminated material shall be covered to ensure material doesn’t become airborne during transport.

PM / PER / ES

At all times

8.

Contaminated material shall be disposed of at a licensed facility as soon as practicable.

PM / PER / ES

At all times

PM / PER / ES

At all times

FM / ES

During excavation

PM / PER / ES

At all times

PM / PER / ES

At all times

PM / PER / ES

At all times

Staff Responsible

When

FM / ES

Prior to commencement of excavation

WSP-UoS

During excavation works

WSP

During excavation works

PM / ES

During excavation works

Staff Responsible

When

10.

Facilities to receive contaminated material will be chosen based on their acceptance of the materials classification obtained from previous in situ sampling. Any excavation will be visually monitored to identify any potentially contaminated material.

11.

In the event that contamination is found, remediation may be required.

9.

12. 13.

14.

15.

16. 17.

Stockpiled material with known contamination to be appropriately protected from erosion. e.g. Through erosion matting and sediment fencing. Stockpiled material with known contamination to be appropriately bunded to prevent any contamination of surface waters. e.g. perimeter berms. Excavation of Contaminated Soils The perimeter of soil areas to be removed as identified by the RAP report shall be marked with spray paint (refer Section 6.2 and Figure 4, Appendix A of the Business School RAP; and the Student Accommodation RAP once finalised as described in Section 3.2). Once the extent of soil removal has been achieved, WSP-UoS will complete field screening to assess the potential for contamination to remain within the excavations. Where required, WSP may direct additional contaminant chase-out, noting potential safety, geotechnical and time constraints associated with additional excavation works. WSP-UoS collects validation samples from the remaining fill material on the perimeter of the excavation to document final concentrations at the limit of excavation. For any remedial areas outside the proposed building footprint, final excavation volumes shall be surveyed to assist with documentation of remediation extents and waste tracking. To minimise the potential for re-contaminating excavated areas, excavation works shall be staged and where feasible, excavation shall commence at the end of the marked excavation zone which is furthest from the stockpiling or load-out area, with the work site retreating toward this area as works progress. Materials Segregation and Stockpiling

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18.

RG personnel will direct the stockpiling of excavated material from beneath Rose Street into discrete stockpiles to facilitate waste classification. The remainder of the material proposed to be excavated has undergone a waste classification assessment and should be stockpiled (where required) and disposed off-site in accordance with the assigned waste classification. VENM shall be excavated and stockpiled separately to fill material.

ES

19.

Where feasible the stockpiling area will be adjacent to excavations to minimise tracking of material across the site.

FM

20.

21.

22.

23.

24.

25.

26.

27.

Where it has been recommended by WSP-ES to segregate soil for more complete classification, stockpiles should be kept separate as they may be otherwise classified as ‘Hazardous Solid Waste’, ‘Restricted Solid Waste’ or ‘General Solid Waste’. Stockpiles shall: Not be placed on footpaths or nature strips without prior Council approval; Be placed away from drainage lines, gutters and stormwater pits/inlets; Be covered and secured; and Be placed on a level area as a low, elongated mound. Off-Site Removal of Contaminated Soil Materials shall be transported and disposed off-site in accordance with the waste classification (Section 9.4 of the Business School RAP report; and Section xxx of the Student Accommodation RAP), based on the requirements of the NSW Waste Classification Guidelines, Part 1: Classifying Waste. All materials being removed off-site will be disposed of to an appropriately licensed facility who will provide the necessary NSW EPA tacking documentation. Records of truck/load movements, tipping dockets and landfill licenses will be provided to WSP-UoS and will be included in their Validation Report. Soil Validation Validation sampling and analyses of excavations shall be conducted in accordance with the Validation Plan (Section 8 of the Business School RAP; and Section xxx of the Student Accommodation RAP). If validation objectives are not achieved, additional excavation and disposal works may be required in accordance with Sections 7.4 to 7.6 inclusive of the Business School RAP; and Section xxx of the Student Accommodation RAP. In accordance with the provisions of SEPP 55, Council shall be notified of validation within one month of completion of remediation works. Site Reinstatement The excavations shall be left in a condition which renders the site safe. Where required, excavations shall be backfilled (after successful soil validation) using validated VENM or ENM imported to the site, or excavated from within the redevelopment excavation, to levels to facilitate site redevelopment. The backfill material shall be compatible with the existing soil characteristics for site drainage and geotechnical purposes. Council (or the alternative consent authority) shall be consulted regarding approvals related to the importation of ENM. Remediation Schedule The remediation program will be undertaken in conjunction with site redevelopment works. Sampling and analysis will be conducted as efficiently as possible to minimise delays.

ES / PER

During excavation and excavation works During excavation and excavation works During removal of contaminated soils

FM / ES

During excavation and stockpiling works

Staff Responsible

When

ES through WSP or ECS

During removal of contaminated soils

ES / PER

During removal of contaminated soils

Staff Responsible

When

WSP-UoS

During soil validation works

Staff Responsible

Upon completion of remediation works When

PM / FM / ES

During excavation works

Staff Responsible

When

PM / WSP-UoS

During remediation works

PM / WSP-UoS

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28.

Unexpected Discovery In the event of an unexpected discovery of contamination, cease works in the area and contact PM / PER. Refer to “Unexpected Asbestos Find Procedure” – JH-B834-PSP-001.

Staff Responsible

When

All staff

On Find

All staff

On Find

29.

Fence off area and no further works to occur in the area until otherwise advised.

30.

Undertake further testing or engage suitably qualified person to determine the nature of the contamination.

PM / PER

On Find

31.

JH to inform UoS

PM / PER

On Find

32.

Determine appropriate course of action with relevant stakeholders.

PM / PER

On Find

Seepage Water Where surface water run off or perched groundwater is encountered in areas of impacted soil, a strategy will be established to ensure that off-site or vertical migration of contaminated waters does not occur. Should contaminated excavation areas require dewatering, water samples will be collected by experienced personnel and analysed for TPH, lead and PAH’s prior to pump-out and off-site disposal. Waste liquid disposal dockets will be provided in the validation report. In accordance with the Soil & Water Environmental Control Plan (JH-B834-PLN-EMP-SWECP-012), a dewatering checklist will be completed by RG and signed by the PER and Forman prior to the commencement of dewatering. Refer to “Dewatering Checklist” – JH-B834-ENV-CHK-001.

Staff Responsible

When

JH / ES

As required

ES through WSP/DLA/ECS

Prior to dewatering

ES / PER / FM

Prior to dewatering

Importing of Recycled Fill Materials

Staff Responsible

When

All staff

At all times

Staff Responsible

When

33. 34.

35.

36.

No recycled fill materials to be used on-site.

5.2 Monitoring No

Monitoring Required

1.

Daily informal observations to be recorded in site diaries.

FM

As required

2.

Any buffer / ‘no go’ zones, shall be regularly inspected and maintained as required.

PER

Weekly (if required)

3.

Air Monitoring during material screening and excavation.

ES through Airsafe/DLA

As required

Staff Responsible

When

PER

All times

5.3 Reporting No Reporting Required Details of field observations shall be reported via the SQE Inspection Checklist – JH-B834-SQE-CHK-001 and communicated 1. to all staff during pre-starts, toolbox and team meetings. 2.

Any sampling results to be recorded in the Lotus Notes Project Pack.

PER

All times

3.

Newly identified potentially contaminated sites will be documented and UoS notified.

PER

All times

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4. 5. 6. 7.

Records of classification, transport and disposal of contamination to be stored on the Lotus Notes Project Pack. All complaints / incidents regarding contamination shall be reported immediately to the PER/Construction Liaison Officer (CLO). The Project Director and Project Managers shall be notified immediately of all incidents and valid complaints. Relevant JH procedures for incidents and complaints handling reporting shall be followed. JH Infrastructure South East HSE Team is to be immediately informed of any incident that has caused or is likely to cause material harm to the environment and will advise on the notification of relevant regulators and stakeholders (As required by the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997).

8.

The JH Project Director shall notify the client of all significant incidents and valid complaints, verbally within 2 hours, and in writing within 24 hours.

9.

A summary of monitoring results is to be provided monthly to the Project Managers and the client.

10. 11.

A summary of incidents and valid complaints shall be provided monthly to the client and include the actions that were taken to address the complaint. In accordance with the Project Approval (MP07_0158 – MOD 2), condition A13, JH shall make available to the public on its website, a copy of this ECP (as referenced to in the Section 3 of the CEMP). The information shall be kept up to date.

PER All staff PER / CLO

All times Following incident/complaint Following receipt of incident/complaint

PD / PER

Following incident

PD / PM

Verbally within 2 hours, and in writing within 24 hours

PD / PM / PER

Monthly

PD / PM / PER

Monthly

PD

Throughout construction

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6.0 Appendices 6.1 Waste Classification and Remediation Areas – Business School

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6.2 Preliminary Laboratory Testing Locations – Student Accommodation

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