Chemtest sponsoring ELQF 2018

Chemtest is delighted to be sponsoring the East Land Quality Forum (ELQF) on Tuesday 13th Feb 2018 -‘Ground Investigation: Can you dig it?’

Location: West Suffolk House, Western Way, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP33 3YU

For the full Agenda please click here

Chemtest are proud to be presenting alongside Seed Environmental at this event.

Adrian Bhreathnach from Seed Environmental and Amy Parekh-Pross from Chemtest will be delivering a presentation entitled ‘…this time  it’s PERSONAL; responding to and remediating hydrocarbon contamination within and beneath the place we call home.’

 This is a multi-stakeholder case study relating to an early 19th century Norfolk Farmhouse where the “custodian” requires every drop of oil to be removed.’

For further details on the event, follow this link  www.elqf.org.uk.

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