Find out how technological innovation is shaping the future of coastal protection in this webinar!
Are you interested in becoming a SiLC or SQP? Listen back to our recent webinar to find out more
Listen again to our most recent webinar episode, part of our CPD over sandwiches series
Jack Shore from Regenesis, explores the complexities of a case study at an industrial site in Scotland and the application of a combined biostimulation and bioaugmentation treatment to remove DNAPL
Listen again to our recent Chartership webinar where we explain the difference between the two designations; Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) and Chartered Scientist (CSci), provide details on the routes we offer and aim to help you decide which Chartership is right for you.
The UK Government has now announced plans for the new Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting (SECR) regulations which will take effect in 2019. This new reporting framework will replace the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme (CRC EES) and extend the scope of the existing Mandatory Carbon Reporting (MCR) regulations for listed companies to all large organisations.
Until recently, identifying and analysing for TPH, tars etc. has relied on laboratory GCs. However, measuring fluorescence across the UV and visible range can, in three minutes, identify and analyse petroleum or coal tar derived hydrocarbon contamination of liquids and solids immediately on site or in a laboratory. This method provides quantitative values for TPH, DRO, GRO as well as total BTEX, total PAHs and Benzo(a)pyrene in soil, groundwater and waste streams.
This webinar series explores the culture and attitudes around entrepreneurship in the environmental science sector. Over the last few months, we have heard from a range of successful entrepreneurs, who have pioneered innovated and grown businesses in the sector. Our speakers have shared their experiences and discussed key challenges and opportunities they faced when establishing their businesses.
Agricultural areas have expanded dramatically in the tropics, providing food for the world's population, but posing a severe threat to natural habitats and tropical biodiversity. A crop which has attracted particularly negative press and been associated with high levels of deforestation is oil palm.