Ground-Gas Investigation, Risk Assessment and Mitigation Training Programme 2013
5 March 2013, News release from Ground-Gas Solutions
Ground-Gas Solutions' (GGS) is proud to have successfully brought continuous ground-gas monitoring to the contaminated land sector.
This technique is now recognised as a mainstream investigation tool with a industry wide take-up and inclusion in the draft BS 8576. GGS are pleased to be offering revised competitive prices that are reflective of current demand and the consequent economies of scale.
By developing an approach that has substantially improved the quality of data interpretation, GGS has created a service that supports consultants, developers and regulators alike - GGS service reduces uncertainty and increases the confidence in ground-gas mitigation decisions.
To be clear, while GGS has the largest fleet of GasClams in the UK of any consultancy, we do not hire out our equipment. Instead we offer our clients a risk free†, cost effective and reliable data service. Our commitment to our clients is to provide a 'one-stop' service without any risk of stolen equipment, faulty batteries, waterlogged filters or lost data. Its very simple, we only sell accurate and reliable data.
As the world leader in specialist continuous ground-gas monitoring, GGS can offer its expertise on where and how ground-gas data can be collected. The standard service includes easy to read factual reports that include data graphs, environmental correlations, concentration curves, purge and recovery curves and differential pressure graphs, presented in a GGS DataPack®. This is designed to be included as either, an appendix within an instructing consultants report, a stand alone report or as part of a detailed risk assessment report.
If you or your clients want the confidence of using the market leaders in continuous monitoring, ground-gas risk assessment, ground-gas protection and ground-gas verification services then sign up and attend one of the training events detailed on the attached flyer. These are being run by GGS and PA Geotechnical, the market leader in gas protection systems.
GGS and PAG are providing training on the new guidance and best practice approaches to ground-gas investigation, risk assessment and mitigation in a series of training events throughout the UK.
Ground gas monitoring and guidance
Ground-gas protection measures and best practice
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For further information please email Ground-Gas Solutions