LQM is a specialist environmental consultancy based in Nottingham (UK) with an international reputation for assessing and managing the risks posed to human health and the environment by contaminants in soil. Increasingly this is being done within a context of sustainable development and specifically sustainable brownfield regeneration.
We provide consultancy, peer review and expert witness services, contract research and training courses on all aspects of the management of land contamination to problem holders, developers and local government.
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This webinar is aimed at early career professionals who do not have a background in geology. The webinar outlines the basic information needed about a site's geology to inform a conceptual site model, and where to find this information. It forms a sound foundation for what will need to be a career long learning journey.
This LQM Early Career Briefing forms part of LQM's continued commitment to raising standards among practitioners and regulators, at all stages of their career.
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Dose Response Roadmaps Licence - Annual
A report prepared as part of the Concerted Action on Risk Assessment for Contaminated Sites in the European Union (CARACAS). Available as a free download.
Professional Practice Webinar to explore the risk assessment of asbestos on Part 2A and Planning sites, originally delivered on 21st February 2020 (~65mins)
Recorded demo showing you how to use QGIS to zone your site using human health risk assessment criteria for contaminant datasets (18 minutes).