Turnkey Regeneration Ltd
Dave is a Chartered Geologist with over 20 years experience. He has wide ranging experience in environmental assessment and regeneration, specialising in contaminated land management. Projects he has worked on over the last few years include Argent’s prestigious Kings Cross regeneration, Meridian Water sites acquisition and remediation, MOD Deepcut Barracks redevelopment, and Nine Elms Post Office site remediation, taking Project Manager or Project Director roles. Before this he was seconded into the London 2012 Olympics project where he coordinated the site investigation works in the 80ha north site. Dave’s focus is to have the end point in mind and understand the business drivers associated with each project. His approach to enabling sustainable remediation solutions has been to use risk assessment to its optimum whilst combining innovative approaches. This in turn, has resulted in an excellent track record of meeting and exceeding client deadlines and expectations.
Eliminating perpetual groundwater liabilities with innovative solution ‘The NET System’
This seminar aims to answer challenging questions such as what NAPL (Non-Aqueous Phase Liquid) thickness justifies remediation, what‘s the optimum recovery rate and how can lifecycle costs be reduced? The NET System is an evaluation and remediation tool that first assesses if remediation is justified and if so, achieves best in class recovery. Using simple design, it has been achieving oil-water ratios of 93-99% in the UK since its introduction.
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Simon Brightwell - Developments in geotechnical site investigation to reduce construction risk
Akshay Singhal and Kartik Hajela - Graphene and other new materials for Spill Cleanup
Amended keynote panel - Peter Atchison, Michael Lunn and Seamus Lefroy-Brooks - Panel Discussion - Making Land Remediation enforcement effective
Tony Thompson - Grenfell Tower Fire: Contamination and Community Confidence
Peter Dumble - Groundwater remediation: real-time monitoring of oxidizing reagent depletion