Ahead of our Ground Gas conference (9th May 2019, London), speaker Simon Talbot, Managing Director, Ground Gas Solutions held a FREE webinar on continuous receptor monitoring which took place on 11th April at 1pm.
The webinar discusses:
- Discuss different types of receptor monitoring
- Reference recent guidance
- Present case studies
- Discuss limitations to receptor monitoring
Speaker: Simon Talbot, Managing Director, Ground Gas Solutions
Simon is a founder and managing director of Ground-Gas Solutions Ltd. With over thirty years experience as a professional geologist, Simon has devoted more than twenty years to ground-gas contamination issues and innovative environmental monitoring methodologies.
Simon has a first degree in Geology from University of Manchester and a Masters in Engineering Geology from University of Leeds. He is a chartered engineer through the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining and is a Fellow of the Geological Society.
Simon has worked for a number of national and international companies in Africa and the UK before being appointed head of the Greater Manchester Geological Unit (GMGU) in 1998. Here Simon managed a multidisciplinary team providing a minerals and waste planning and contaminated land services to local authorities, developers and their consultants. The Unit also specialised in evaluating and managing the ground-gas contamination hazards associated with former landfills and brownfield land redevelopment.
A successful collaboration with the University of Manchester led Simon to develop the continuous ground-gas monitoring methodology and in 2009 Simon founded Ground-Gas Solutions Ltd (GGS). GGS is now the UK’s leading consultancy specialising in continuous ground-gas monitoring and risk assessment and is employed by regulators, land owners, developers and consultants.
Don’t miss out on hearing Simon Talbot discuss ground gas receptor monitoring in more detail at the Ground Gas 2019 conference...
Simon Talbot will be offering more insight into continuous receptor monitoring in his presentation 'Receptor Monitoring and Risk Assessment for Ground Gas' at the Ground Gas 2019 conference.
This one day conference will offer delegates new research and policy updates, cutting edge case studies and Q&A sessions on a range of ground gas issues.
For more information and to reserve your place at the conference click here.