GGS is speaking at the 9th annual Scottish Contaminated Land Forum Conference

21Aug / 2018

GGS is speaking at the 9th annual Scottish Contaminated Land Forum Conference

See you at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow on Wednesday 5th September.

As a long-term supporter of the Scottish Contaminated Land Forum (SCLF), GGS thoroughly looks forward to contributing to the fantastic line up of speakers at their 9th annual conference.

SCLFFounded in the mid-1990s, SCLF has a well-earned legacy of promoting the effective and sustainable reuse of contaminated land. With members including regulators, consultants, contractors and service providers, SCLF provides a forum for sharing knowledge with the ultimate aim of contributing to economic growth and quality of life for people and communities.

This year’s conference focusses on Advances in Land Contamination Assessment and Remediation. Delegates can expect a diverse and knowledgeable speaker programme, as well as a take away learnings from a varied and current mix of academic research papers, good practice guidelines and regulatory review presentations.

GGS’ Managing Director, Simon Talbot, will be presenting on “Continuous ground gas monitoring – Has it come of age?” This current and insightful presentation will describe the evolution of the technique, it’s benefits and limitations compared to traditional ’spot’ monitoring.

Simon Talbot GGSSimon commented, “Twelve years ago, continuous ground gas monitoring was an esoteric, university research tool. Now there is a range of continuous monitoring devices in the market and the technique has been used on thousands of sites across the UK. GGS has nearly 10 years of experience in continuous ground gas monitoring, and I’m looking forward to sharing the knowledge that level of involvement in the industry has accrued.”


The 9th annual Scottish Contaminated Land Forum Conference takes place on Wednesday 5th September 2018 at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.


Click here to book your place.

To request a meeting at the conference with GGS Managing Director, Simon Talbot, click here.

If you’re interested in learning more about the laws and industry standards associated with ground gas, click here for our training dates.