16Jul / 2018
GGS looks forward to exhibiting at the third annual Contamination Expo Series in Birmingham.
The Contamination Expo Series returns in September for its third year of bringing together the latest innovations and technologies from contamination experts across the UK. Taking place at its new location of Birmingham NEC, Contamination Expo 2018 combines seven specialist zones, including land remediation, clean air technology and geotechnical.
As a comprehensive exhibition focusing on providing solutions to the environmental monitoring and remediation sectors, the event will present and demonstrate the newest, most efficient, and cost-effective methods of preventing and managing environmental contamination.
Showcasing the latest in modern strategies and techniques currently used across the industry, Contamination Expo presents an ideal opportunity to promote the latest technological innovations in ground gas monitoring. Last year GGS demonstrated their new GasSentinel® to other leading industry professionals; an innovation that helped lead the company to being awarded runner up prize for the Contamination Expo Award for Innovation.
This year GGS will be showcasing new innovations and strategies that will benefit the land remediation sector, including the latest in continuous monitoring and how to manage landfill ground gas issues efficiently and cost-effectively. You will also find us exhibiting at Stand 5M123 ready to discuss the latest in continuous ground gas monitoring, and how high quality data is the best pathway to making informed decisions and effective strategies.
To follow his well received seminar at last year’s event, Simon Talbot, Managing Director of GGS, is featured twice on the speaker timetable. His presentation on “Continuous Ground Gas Monitoring and De-risking Development Sites” will take place in Theatre 22 on Wednesday at 12:30pm. On Thursday Simon will be speaking on “Ten Years of Continuous Ground-Gas Monitoring and Latest Developments” in Theatre 21 on Thursday at 11:45am.
This presentation will discuss why over conservatism occurs and the cost implications associated with it, as well as how higher quality continuous monitoring can provide robust data and a ‘lines of evidence’ approach that can de-risk sites.
Click here to arrange a meeting with Simon Talbot at Contamination Expo 2018.
Book your tickets for the Contamination Expo Series here.