Assuring Business Continuity through effective Pollution and Firewater Containment


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A must for all owners of small and large business alike - the Seminar will highlight the fact that the vast majority of business are a risk as very few are prepared or have any knowledge of the financial consequence in the event of an incident. The programme will include a guest speaker from the Environment Agency and leading speakers from the pollution mitigation industry, who will focus best practice in the art of pollution and firewater containment.

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