Category: Property and Construction
Many industrial operators are looking to surrender their industrial environmental permits – regulated under either the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016 or Pollution Prevention and Control (Scotland) Regulations 2012 – as part of ongoing consolidation or other changes. RSK has worked on several such projects in recent years, so has collated some lessons learned to help operators to achieve permit surrender as quickly and cost-effectively as possible.
Today (6 October) is National Badger Day! Celebrate by hearing from Richard (Dez) Delahay, a director of RSK Biocensus and a professor of wildlife biology at the University of Exeter, who provides a fascinating insight into these interesting critters and how we can resolve conflicts between badgers and development schemes.
Air quality may have improved while people have stayed at home, walked more and travelled less during the coronavirus pandemic, but, as the world gets ready to restart, harmful levels of pollution in our towns and cities will begin to rise again. But have you ever thought about how this air can permeate through to the indoor environment and affect the health and well-being of those inside?
Ahead of this year’s Brownfield Land Scotland 2020 conference, which is taking place on 5 February in Edinburgh, UK, Environment Analyst caught up with RSK geosciences Director Dr Tom Henman, who shared his thoughts on the risks from mine related CO2 emissions.