Mon01Dec20149:15 amIET Teacher Building, St Enoch Sq., GLASGOW
Notice is hereby given of the 2014 Environmental Protection Scotland Annual General Meeting. This is to be held in the IET Teacher Building, St Enoch Sq., Glasgow.
All EPS Members will be notified formally by e-mail. If you are a Member and do not receive an e-mail by Wednesday 19th November please contact email@example.com
Mon01Dec20149:50 amIET Teacher Building, St Enoch Square, GLASGOW
The presentations for this event are available to Environmental Protection Scotland Members by e-mailing Dr Iain McLellan, Policy and Development Officer.
Presentations were given by:
1. Dr Stuart Sneddon - Setting the Scene
2. Dr Beth Conlan - Quantifying the problem(s)
3. Dr David Connolly - Sheffield LEZ
4. Dominik Dahlem - Support system for reducing emissions
5. Dr Alan Hills - Aberdeen pilot project
6. Andrew Taylor - Low Emission Strategy conference
7. Kenny Bisset - Best practice approach8. Andrew Campbell and Craig Wilson - Charging point infrastructure
9. Dr Iain McLellan - Breathe Scotland
Environmental Protection Scotland member Ground Gas Solutions Limited (GGS) and are providing training events on the latest continuous Ground-Gas monitoring techniques, risk assessment and current best practice in gas remediation and protection. The training material will draw on the innovative techniques discussed in the recently published CL:AIRE Research Bulletin 13 and will make extensive use of GasClam® data, project experience and case studies.
Full details can be found in the flyer: Ground Gas Solution Seminar Flyer October 2014
This is not an Environmental Protection Scotland event and we cannot be held responsible and/or accept liability for content of any linked website. Please read our full Terms and Conditions.
Tue21Oct201410:00 amSouth Queensferry, EDINBURGH, EH30 9SF
This joint Transport Scotland, ITS UK Smart Environment Interest Group (SEIG) and EPS seminar will:
- Discuss current progress in decarbonising the UK transport fleet.
- Present recent successes in managing traffic related emissions to improve air quality.
- Reveal proposals for the future and opportunities for joint working.
This event is free of charge with full details available on the flyer
Two of the speakers include the Chair of our Air Quality Expert Advisory Group Dr Stuart Sneddon, and Fife representative Kenny Bisset.
This is not an EPS event and we cannot be held responsible for links outwith our website. Please read our full Ts&Cs.
Thu09Oct20149:30 amIET Teacher Building, St Enoch Sq., GLASGOW
We would like to thank our speakers for their excellent presentations which gave our delegates plenty to think about and discuss.
Delegates will receive an e-mail with a link to the presentations next week. In the meantime, here are a couple of pictures from yesterday:
Thu22May20149:30 amVictoria Quay, Edinburgh
The Scottish Government are in the process of a Call for Evidence to support a policy review of the Noise Regime under Part 5 of the Antisocial Behaviour (Scotland) Act 2005.
The noise provisions were designed to be enabling and flexible with each local authority deciding whether to adopt noise provisions depending on their local circumstances.
This free one day workshop run on behalf of the Scottish Government and in conjunction with Noise Action Week will focus on all aspects of the call for evidence and we invite you to input directly on how the noise regime in Scotland can be taken forward.
The programme for the day is available to download: Review of the ASB Noise Provisions Flyer
Mon24Mar20149:15 amCOSLA Offices, Haymarket, EDINBURGH
The science and regulation behind hydraulic fracturing and shale gas exploitation.
More than 70 delegates from 40+ organisations attended this highly topical event.
Presentations are now only available to Environmental Protection Scotland member delegates by e-mailing Dr Iain McLellan, Policy and Development Officer
Speakers on the day were:
1. Hugh Barron – potential shale gas resource
2. Gareth Digges La Touche – geoscience and engineering
3. Emma Taylor – unconventional gas exploration in Scotland
4. Mark Broomfield – environmental impact an overview
5. Rod Robinson – Fugitive emissions from unconventional gas extraction
6. Robert Field – fracking and air quality
7. Colin O Connor – noise and vibration
8. Gareth Digges La Touche – hydrogeology of fracking and water
The programme is available to download:
EPS Hydraulic fracturing conference March 2014
Back row (l-r): Dr Robert Field (University of Wyoming), Hugh Barron (BGS), Dr Mark Broomfield (Ricardo-AEA)
Front row (l-r): Colin O'Connor (AECOM), Emma Taylor (SEPA), Barry Love - Chair (Environmental Law Chambers), Gareth Digges La Touch (Golder Associates), Rod Robinson (NPL)
Thu16Jan20149:30 amTeacher Building, St Enoch Sq., GLASGOW
Presentations and associated handouts are available to Environmental Protection Scotland Affiliates and Members by e-mailing Dr Iain McLellan, Policy and Development Officer.
A few pictures from the day: