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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LQM's contaminated land training is renowned for its quality. This comes from our approach to training: we always select top quality tutors with both the experience to communicate and the knowledge to share.
Our current range of courses is listed below. You can also host one of our courses yourself, saving time and money on travel and accommodation, or we can develop a bespoke course tailored to your exact requirements. We also provide training courses through our various training partners.
Upcoming hosted courses:
|Getting to know CLEA v1.071: a hands on experience||15/10/2019||Nottingham|
|Reviewing Third Party Reports (Day 5)||03/10/2019||Nottingham|
|Risk Management and Remediation (Day 4)||02/10/2019||Nottingham|
|Human-health risk assessment (Day 3)||01/10/2019||Nottingham|
|Site Characterisation (Day 2)||26/09/2019||Nottingham|
|Introduction and development of the Conceptual model (Day 1)||25/09/2019||Nottingham|
|Technical Briefing Webinar (Ground Gases): Gas Membranes – site specific specification of appropriate gas membranes (BST 1315-1430)||05/07/2019||Webinar|
|QGIS 3: Creating Efficient Workflows for Contaminated Land Problems using QGIS||27/06/2019||Nottingham|
|QGIS 2: Solving & Visualising Contaminated Land Problems using QGIS||26/06/2019||Nottingham|
|QGIS 1: Building a QGIS project - the road to data visualisation||20/06/2019||Nottingham|
|Technical Briefing Webinar (Ground Gases): Practical application of advanced methods of analysis of continuous gas monitoring data (BST 1315-1430)||07/06/2019||Webinar|
|Introduction to hydrogeological risk assessment for Contaminated Land||05/06/2019||Nottingham|
|Technical Briefing Webinar (Ground Gases): Correct application of BS 8485 (BST 1315-1430)||03/05/2019||Webinar|
|Professional Practice Webinar: Petroleum hydrocarbon risk assessment using GC data - beyond TPHCWG? (GMT 1300-1500)||01/05/2019||Webinar|
|Geology as a Source Pathway and Receptor||TBC||Nottingham|
|Use of Bioavailability Estimates for Human Health Risk Assessment in the UK (with lab tour)||TBC||Keyworth (BGS)|
|Asbestos in soil: Human-health risk assessment and remediation||TBC||Nottingham|
|Introduction to Chemistry for Contaminated Land||TBC||Nottingham|
|Use of Bioavailability Estimates in the UK||TBC||Webinar|
|Introduction to the assessment and management of ground gases and vapours||TBC||Nottingham|
|Using KeyCSM to create Conceptual Site Models||TBC||Webinar|