21Oct / 2019
31Jan / 2019
A CL:AIRE technical bulletin written by GGS, based on a decade of continuous ground gas monitoring experience, has been published today.
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.
07Feb / 2018
The introduction of continuous monitoring brought with it a parallel increase in demand for ‘receptor monitoring’. Previous to this, post-construction monitoring was not favoured by designers as it had the possibility of demonstrating that their plan was substandard. What changes will continuous receptor monitoring now bring for the construction industry?
17Aug / 2016
Some of the GGS team spent the day performing investigative ground work (having sought permission – of course) at a former landfill site in Greater Manchester. This practice exercise sought to assess the composition of the landfill through the use of trial pits and forensic soil analysis. It also uncovered some unlikely treasures.
19Apr / 2016
New environmental body, Natural Resources Wales, has produced the first ‘Wales only’ report on progress under the Part 2A contaminated land regime.
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