21May / 2018
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14May / 2018
Committed as ever to adding value as standard, GGS has implemented new measures in line with customer feedback to enhance the quality and speed of our existing offer.
23Apr / 2018
Continuous monitoring has revolutionised ground gas risk assessment allowing for a detailed understanding of the conditions of a site. The introduction of continuous ground gas flow monitoring brings another line of evidence that is relatively easy to understand and interpret. What impact will this have on ground gas risk assessment?
27Mar / 2018
Are the current methods of assessing risk in contaminated land sufficient to deal with new challenges, or are there new techniques that could deal with multiple contaminants on large and complex sites.
23Mar / 2018
Earlier this month, despite the efforts of “The Beast from the East”, we made it to London for the GGS sponsored conference, Ground Gas 2018.
01Mar / 2018
It is with great pleasure that we announce that GGS is speaking at Brownfield and Contaminated Land 2018 at Titanic Belfast on Thursday 19th April.
26Feb / 2018
GGS is proud to announce that it now has the largest fleet of on-borehole continuous monitoring devices, including continuous flow, of any UK consultancy.
22Feb / 2018
The ACUMEN project offers an excellent template for local authority landfill operators both in the UK and beyond on how to create revenues and reduce environmental impacts from their closed landfill portfolios.
20Feb / 2018
In January this year, the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) published ‘High Radon Areas and Lung Cancer Prevalence in Ireland’. This is the first study in the Republic to confirm a strong link between living in areas with high levels of radon gas and an increased risk of a lung cancer.