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ANZECC (Australian and New Zealand Environment and Conservation Council). 1992. Australian and New Zealand Guidelines for the Assessment and Management of Contaminated Sites.  ANZECC: Canberra, Australia.

ANZECC and ARMCANZ (Australian and New Zealand Environment and Conservation Council and Agriculture and Resource Management Council of Australia and New Zealand). 2000. Australian and New Zealand Guidelines for Fresh and Marine Water Quality. National Water Quality Management Strategy Paper No. 4, Vol. 1 (2nd revision). ANZECC:Canberra, Australia.

Building Industry Authority. 2001. Approved Document for New Zealand Building Code: Hazardous Agents on Site. Published by Scenario Communications Ltd on behalf of the Building Industry Authority: Wellington.

Cavanagh J E, O’Halloran K. 2002. Overview of international soil criteria and derivation of numeric values.  In: Conference Proceedings for the 14th Annual WASTMINZ Conference, 6-8 November.

Cavanagh J E, O’Halloran K. 2003. International Legislative Frameworks for Managing Contaminated Land: Derivation and Application of Numeric Values. Landcare Research Contract report LC0203/110.  Landcare: Lincoln.

CCME (Canadian Councils for Ministers for the Environment). 2002. Canadian Environmental Quality Guidelines. Available at: http://www.ccme.ca/publications/can_guidelines.html.

Defra (Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs). 2006. Defra Circular 01/2006 Environmental Protection Act 1990: Part 2 Contaminated Land September 2006. Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: London, United Kingdom.

DEFRA and EA (Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and Environment Agency).  2002.  Assessment of Risks to Human Health from Land Contamination: An overview of the development of soil guideline values and related research. Report CLR 7. Bristol, UK: Environment Agency.

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Ministry for the Environment. 1997. Guidelines for Assessing and Managing Contaminated Gasworks Sites in New Zealand. Ministry for the Environment: Wellington.

Ministry for the Environment. 1998. Environmental Guidelines for Water Discharges from Petroleum Industry Sites in New Zealand. Ministry for the Environment: Wellington.

Ministry for the Environment. 1999a. Draft Sampling Protocols and Analytical Methods for Determining Petroleum Products in Soil and Water. Ministry for the Environment: Wellington.

Ministry for the Environment. 1999b. Guidelines for Assessing and Managing Petroleum Hydrocarbon Contaminated Sites in New Zealand. Ministry for the Environment: Wellington.

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Ministry for the Environment. 2002b. The New Zealand Waste Strategy. Ministry for the Environment: Wellington.

Ministry for the Environment. 2003a. Contaminated Land Management Guidelines No. 1: Reporting on Contaminated Sites in New Zealand. Ministry for the Environment: Wellington.

Ministry for the Environment. 2003b. Contaminated Land Management Guidelines No. 2: Hierarchy and Application in New Zealand of Environmental Guideline Values.  Ministry for the Environment: Wellington.

Ministry for the Environment. 2004a. Contaminated Land Management Guidelines No. 3: Risk Screening Systems.  Ministry for the Environment: Wellington.

Ministry for the Environment. 2004b. Contaminated Land Management Guidelines No. 5: Site Investigation and Analysis of Soils.  Ministry for the Environment: Wellington.

Ministry for the Environment. 2006a. Identifying, Investigating and Managing Risks Associated with Former Sheep-dip Sites: A Guide for Local Authorities.  Ministry for the Environment: Wellington.

Ministry for the Environment. 2006b. Contaminated Land Management Guidelines No. 4: Classification and Information Management Protocols.  Ministry for the Environment: Wellington.

Ministry for the Environment. 2006c. “Contaminated Land” Review of District, Regional and Unitary Plans.  In press.

Ministry for the Environment. 2006d. Results of a Survey on the Level of Uptake of the Ministry for the Environment Contaminated Land Guidelines by Regional and Unitary Councils.  Unpublished report by the Ministry for the Environment.

Ministry for the Environment. 2006e. Statement of Intent 2006–2009. Ministry for the Environment: Wellington.

Ministry for the Environment and Ministry of Health. 1997. Health and Environmental Guidelines for Selected Timber Treatment Chemicals. Ministry for the Environment and Ministry of Health: Wellington.

Ministry of Health. 1998. The Environmental Case Management of Lead Exposed Persons: Guidelines for Public Health Services.  Wellington: Ministry of Health.

Ministry of Health. 2005. Drinking-water Standards for New Zealand, 2005. Ministry of Health: Wellington.

Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment. 2000. Circular on Target Values and Intervention Values for Soil Remediation. Bilthoven, The Netherlands: Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment.  Available at: http://www.vrom.nl/international.

NEPC. 1999. Schedule B(1).  Guideline on the investigation levels for soil and groundwater. National Environmental Protection (Assessment of Site Contamination) Measure 1999.  Canberra, Australia: National Environmental Protection Council.  Available at: http://ww.ephc.gov.au.

NZWWA (New Zealand Water and Wastes Association). 2003. Guidelines for the Safe Application of Biosolids to Land in New Zealand New Zealand Water and Wastes Association: Wellington.

OSH (Occupational Safety and Health Service), Department of Labour.  Safe Working in Confined Spaces.  Series of information sheets issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Service, Department of Labour: Wellington.

OSH (Occupational Safety and Health Service), Department of Labour.  1992.  Code of Practice for the Design, Installation and Operation of Underground Petroleum Storage Systems.  Occupational Safety and Health Service, Department of Labour: Wellington.

OSH (Occupational Safety and Health Service), Department of Labour.  1994.  Health and Safety Guidelines on the Cleanup of Contaminated Sites.  Occupational Safety and Health Service, Department of Labour: Wellington.

OSH (Occupational Safety and Health Service), Department of Labour. 1999. Guidelines for the Management and Removal of Asbestos.  Occupational Safety and Health Service, Department of Labour: Wellington.

OSH (Occupational Safety and Health Service), Department of Labour. 2002. Workplace Exposure Standards – Effective from 2002.  Occupational Safety and Health Service, Department of Labour: Wellington.

US EPA.  1996a. Soil Screening Guidance: Technical background document.  Washington DC: United States Environmental Protection Agency.  Available at: http://www.epa.gov/superfund/resources/soil/ index.htm.

US EPA.  1996b. Soil Screening Guidance: User’s guide.  Washington DC: United States Environmental Protection Agency.  Available at: http://www.epa.gov/superfund/resources/soil/index.htm.

US EPA. 2000. Ecological Soil Screening Level Guidance (draft). Washington DC: United States Environmental Protection Agency.  Available at: http://www.epa.gov/superfund/programs/risk/ecorisk/ ecossl.htm.

US EPA.  2001.  Supplemental Guidance for Developing Soil Screening Levels at Superfund Sites (peer review draft).  Washington DC: United States Environmental Protection Agency. Available at: http://www.epa.gov/superfund/resources/soil/index.htm.

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Worley Consultants Limited 1992. Potentially Contaminated Sites in New Zealand: A Broad Scale Assessment.  Prepared for the Ministry for the Environment by Worley Consultants Limited, Auckland.

 

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