13Dec / 2018
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27Nov / 2018
If we want to avoid a future energy crisis similar to that experienced in 1973, we need to dramatically reduce our dependency on imported primary energy. How are existing solutions working for us and which are yet to be put into place?
20Nov / 2018
Despite having delivered ground gas training across the UK and overseas for nearly ten years, we never grow tired of the reception and interaction we receive from delegates. Here are some of the best comments we’ve received from trainees on our “A-Z of Ground Gas” training course in 2018.
25Oct / 2018
When site development is close to completion, continuous indoor air quality monitoring can bring another line of evidence that is easy to understand and interpret, especially if there are doubts on the effectiveness of ground gas protection measures.
16Oct / 2018
GGS Technical Director, John Naylor, was recently appointed vice-chair of the Radon Council. Here we talk about the value of the organisation and what John has planned for its future.
11Oct / 2018
The Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) recently published “Building on Brownfield”. Using research, case studies and recommendations, the report details how the current regulatory system for redeveloping brownfield land is failing, meaning the capacity for building more homes on developed land is being limited.
04Oct / 2018
GGS is looking forward to speaking at their third Brownfield Briefing event of 2018.
24Sep / 2018
GGS is delighted to be presenting at the Environmental Protection UK (EPUK) conference on Wednesday 3rd October 2018. Taking place at ALS Global laboratories at Hawarden North Wales, this event will bring together specialists, local authorities and academics for industry discussion and networking opportunities.
29Aug / 2018
As technology advances, environmental monitoring data is increasing in volume and expanding in range. The potential for these advances to refine the accuracy and speed of ground gas risk assessments is significant. Nonetheless, choosing the right technology, technique and team to perform these often complex on-site risk assessments is still a crucial consideration.