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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Webinar Recording: Green Remediation

Only £30 (excl VAT) with online card payment discount.

Remediation options appraisal involves identifying a shortlist of technically feasible remediation strategies and then choosing the most sustainable of those options. The preferred strategy can then be refined to minimise environmental impact alongside value engineering.

In this webinar, Paul Nathanail will take you through the process of reviewing a remediation strategy with a view to making it greener. We will explore a systematic way of rapidly identifying ways of making specific remediation strategies greener - and often cheaper. Specific combinations of technologies will be covered in some detail to illustrate the more widely applicable principles being shared.

Paul led the working group that wrote BS ISO 18504:2017 Sustainable Remediation. He has spent many years helping the remediation sector understand the differences between sustainable and greener remediation, and then to operationalise both concepts.

This ~53min recording of a Professional Practice Webinar originally delivered on 13th December 2019 (NOTE: only access to the recording will be provided, original handouts are not included and the recording does not include Q&A session at the end of the webinar).

Prices and discounts: Prices exclude VAT. Please note purchase is via online card payment only - a 20% discount will automatically be applied. 

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Recording link: provided by email once payment has been received.

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£37.50

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This webinar covered:

  • identification of technically feasible remediation strategies
  • refining strategies to minimise environmental impact
  • systematic ways of rapidly identifying greener & often cheaper remediation strategies

By the end of the webinar, you will:

  • learn of ways to refine your remediation strategy to minimise environmental impact
  • learn of systematic ways of rapidly identifying greener options
  • be better placed to select more sustainable remediation options

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