The conference, which takes place on 24 February, will provide regulatory updates and practical guidance on risk assessment, both with regards to human health and water quality. ESG’s Environmental Chemistry team will be attending the event to provide further information regarding accredited testing services that include, soil analysis, water analysis, organic compounds, inorganic compounds, marine testing and advice regarding compliance with WM2 and environmental forensic analysis.
Zoe Cooper, ESG’s business development manager, Energy & Waste Services, will be part of the exhibiting team, she commented: “The Brownfield Briefing conference is a great opportunity to showcase ESG’s Environmental Chemistry capabilities to professionals that are involved in every aspect of investigating, remediating and developing brownfield land, particularly in Scotland. Our UKAS and MCERTS accredited facilities, specialise in the analysis of soils, waters, leachates, effluents, industrial wastes, marine waters and sediments by UKAS and MCERTS standards.
“We will be on stand to provide our technical expertise and to discuss the best service(s) we can offer in order to meet the clients’ needs. All analytical methods used are fully documented in-house techniques developed from published standard procedures. Our flexible, client-focussed systems of operation, mean that we can tailor our offering to meet requirements on a client or project specific basis.”
To find out more information regarding ESG’s Environmental Chemistry capabilities, please visit the website here. For more details about the Brownfield Briefing Conference taking place on 24 February at The Lighthouse, Glasgow, please click here.