21Mar / 2016
17Mar / 2016
As part Ground-Gas Solution’s continued expansion, we are delighted to announce the appointment of four new members of staff.
11Jun / 2015
Given the serious dangers that ground gases can pose, it is no surprise that local authorities are increasingly demanding effective ground-gas protection measures be installed and verified. Ensuring that you’re up to speed with best practice in the entire process – from data collection and risk assessment to the final verification can be a critical skill for many industry professionals.
10Jun / 2015
GGS has developed a range of innovate services arising from the results of the highly successful ACUMEN research project. The ACUMEN project is now entering it’s final few months, if you are unaware of the project and wish to find out more information please follow the link here and here.
These new and improved services, along with our well established ground-gas monitoring services, can provide landfill operators and / or owners with a range of tools to assess key aspects of landfill gas management. Should you wish to find out more on how GGS can measure and quantify landfill gas emissions
02Apr / 2015
Ground Gas Solutions will be speaking at a closed landfill workshop as part as the ACUMEN project. The event is free and will take place in Tullamore, County Offaly, Ireland.
The full day workshop will focus on approaches to reducing methane emissions from closed landfills that have been demonstrated by the ACUMEN project, such as small scale landfill gas engines, low calorific gas flaring and bio-oxidation technologies. The workshop will also address the monitoring techniques to help site owners assess a site that then can be used to better understand the ground gas regime or improve upon gas management systems.
For information, including the speaker list, please follow the link here.
10Mar / 2015
Ground-gas solutions is involved in the Greenhouse gAs Uk and Global Emissions project (GAUGE) utilising the innovative methodologies developed as part of the ACUMEN project to measure methane emissions from the landfill surface. Read about the GAUGE project here in the latest NERC magazine:
Find out more about the GAUGE project here http://www.greenhouse-gases.org.uk/gauge
For further information on the ACUMEN project (Assessing Capturing and Utilising Methane from Expired and Non-operational landfills) the website is here https://www.gov.uk/government/groups/acumen-assessing-capturing-and-utilising-methane-from-expired-and-non-operational-landfills
12Feb / 2015
The British Embassy in Warsaw hosted a Low Carbon R&D seminar last Thursday on the 5th February 2015. The full day event provided an overview of low carbon products and services and promoted on-going R&D projects as well as looking at collaboration opportunities between British and Polish partners. A link with more detail and photographs can be found here:
The seminar was divided into two parts, the first part of the day focused on ACUMEN, where Andrew Brunton of GGS presented an
11Feb / 2015
We’re pleased to announce that John Naylor, GGS Technical Director, will be presenting at Environmental Protection Scotland on Friday 13th February.