Following an exciting three days at RWM 2016, Katy Strudwick, business development manager, Energy & Waste Services, ESG, discusses the highlights of this year’s show.
Following a busy day at this years’ RWM exhibition at the NEC in Birmingham, Phil Bussingham, business development manager, ESG, Energy & Waste Services, takes time out to give us a run-down of Day Two of the UK’s premier event for resource efficiency and waste management solutions.
With leading expertise in testing, inspection and compliance for the Energy & Waste sector, ESG has long exhibited at RWM, the UK’s leading event for resource efficiency and waste management solutions. Visiting her sixth consecutive RWM, Sarah Gazzola, commercial manager, ESG, Energy & Waste Services describes her experience at the opening day of this year’s show.
Spray concreting is a widely used building method in the UK. Nick Oliver, ESG’s operations manager, Infrastructure Services, explores the history of the technique and explains why it is vital for this form of concreting to be properly tested before use.
Alex Lynch, senior dangerous goods consultant, Built Environment, explains why it’s important for everyone involved in the transport of dangerous goods via train to stay up-to-date with the Regulations Concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Rail (RID).
The Psychoactive Substances Act 2016 has recently come into force, making it an offence to produce, or possess with the intent to supply, psychoactive substances in the UK. ESG’s forensics director, Fiona Coope, discusses the recent update in legislation.
As a responsible employer, with a true passion for the industries in which it operates, ESG has a long and proud history of supporting and encouraging new talent. Just one example of this is our recent sponsorship of the ESG Geotechnics and Geomechanics Prize at Brunel University. To give aspiring geotechnical engineers an insight into how we can help them to reach their career goals, we caught up with Pete Reading, geotechnical consultant, ESG, after he presented this year’s Prize at Brunel.
In light of recent changes to health and safety regulations for mines, which came into force last year, mining expert, Philip Shead, a specialist ventilation consultant at ESG, explores which factors mine operators need to take into account to optimise air quality and ensure the wellbeing of their employees.
It's official, we're in the midst of a heatwave and we're not the only ones suffering in these temperatures, can you imagine the effect the weather is having on fresh concrete?
With 485 cases reported in 2015, Legionnaires’ disease continues to be a major health concern in the UK. Paul Sear, national technical manager, water hygiene, Built Environment Services, gives his advice on controlling the risks of legionella in the rail industry.