Karl Hall is a regional technical manager at Hydro International with an academic background in construction management and he has been working in the construction sector for over 30 years. For the last 17 years he has specifically worked in the water sector, specialising in flood defence systems and latterly sustainable drainage systems.
Tackling Urban Pollution at the Wymondham Household Waste Recycling Centre
The seminar describes how a sustainable and naturalistic solution was sought to mitigate the risk of damaging pollutants entering the environment from a household waste recycling site. The range of identified pollutants was very diverse, so a broad spectrum solution was needed that demonstrably removed the pollutants but also required the minimum of intervention and maintenance.
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Dr. Uri Stoin - Superoxide as a green reagent for soil and water treatment
Ross Clark - Occupational Hygiene; lessons from the past and emerging risks.
Roland Leigh - New Technologies: from Mobile Sensing to National Forecasts.
Nicola Harries, Nicholas Willenbrock & Rob Sweeney - CL:AIRE – Past, Present & Future
Prof. Ofer Dahan - Vadose Zone Monitoring Systems as a Key to Groundwater Protection