12Apr / 2018
14Nov / 2017
After eight years of delivering training on best practice in ground-gas monitoring, we’re very proud and assured that our two day courses meet the needs of our varied delegates. However, we don’t expect you to take our word for it. Take our customers open and honest accounts of their experiences instead. Read our ground gas training review and we’ll see you in 2018.
17Nov / 2015
Where radon occurs
Radon is a naturally-occurring radioactive gas produced by uranium decaying underground. It seeps into buildings through floors, walls in contact with soil, and through water or gas supplies. When inhaled, radon atoms decaying in our lungs can cause damage to cells and cause lung cancer.
It’s associated with geological types like granite and shale, and the probability of finding high radon levels has been mapped for the UK in the ‘Indicative Radon Atlas.’ Although detailed, it only gives an indication – you have to test to be sure.
06Aug / 2015
Everyone agrees that Britain needs new homes, and quickly. Targets at both local and national levels increasingly focus on the redevelopment of brownfield sites; with the dream of transforming derelict space into thriving communities. Of course, the simple message sold to voters doesn’t encompass the difficulty of clearing and converting a former industrial unit into flats, or building on old landfill. Ground-gas can be a danger in any development but, as the focus switches to brownfield, developers are increasingly being expected to officially validate that effective ground-gas measures are ensuring the safety of future site users.