Environmental Auditing

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Palladian Law Pub., 2000 - Business & Economics - 229 pages
The concept of the environmental audit, though recent, has quickly become established. This book is a short practical overview of the principles and practice of environmental auditing as required by all commercial companies, developers and those seeking to use land for commercial activity. It examines the legal issues and implications for liability and compliance. It describes the auditing process and best practice and covers such subjects as UK and EU environmental legislation, the audit process, reporting and the audit process and site remediation.

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UK and EU Environmental Legislation
The Audit Process
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