Publication year: 2013
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A guide to aid engineers in applying geotechnical principles, processes and techniques in a way that will not only reduce their environmental impact but should benefit the environment. The major construction-environment interface is geotechnical in nature. For engineers to be able to foresee environmental problems and modify construction projects, or derive novel approaches, to prevent negative impacts from their works, they need a thorough knowledge of their subject and a constant awareness of the pollution-output' of any construction operation.
Subject: Geotechnics, Environmental protection, Earthworks, Foundation engineering, Landfill, Embankment, Stability, Soil contamination, Mountains, Heap, Rinse field, Environmental Geology, Soil Protection