Site remediation implies that the soil, sediment, water, air, and dust will be cleaned up to a point that is acceptable relative to government standards. Once the site has been satisfactorily cleaned, ecological and natural heritage inventories for the site or general area can then be used to identify habitat restoration goals.
In other words, after a site is sufficiently remediated, it is feasible for Premier to use ecological and natural heritage observations to guide habitat restoration.
If a site is disturbed and it is not possible to describe the existing ecological and natural heritage features, Premier will use local features to identify habitat restoration goals. Each site is unique, and Premier understands that government agencies will expect local approaches to habitat restoration.
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