Contamination Expo 2017

Just a fortnight to go until The Contamination Expo Series returns. The event, which is Europe’s largest of its kind, is designed to further the protection of the environment and management of contaminated land, water and air, by bringing together the latest solutions, the most innovative suppliers, and the industries greatest schedule of seminars led by the World’s most prominent experts.

Across two days, over 3,000 ambitious and progressive authorities, and stakeholders from a variety of contamination sectors will gather at the ExCeL London on the 27th & 28th September 2017 to present the new equipment, products, services and strategies identified in managing, preventing and recovering from contamination incidents.

Offering unparalleled networking opportunities, 120 CPD-accredited seminars, interactive debates and demonstrations, plus much more, it’s an exhibition not to be missed.

The series encompasses six different topics, allowing visitors to decipher between; Land Remediation, Spill Response, Clean Air Technology, Hazardous Materials, Nuclear Decommissioning and Geo Technical specialisations.

The keynote speakers are some of the most respected and renowned within the industry from all corners of the globe, and this year features Abigail Johnson, of Mick George Ltd, one of the sectors leading suppliers.

Johnson will be leading a discussion on operator challenges and opportunities within the brownfield development market, informing how to turn such land types, into build ready plots quickly and efficiently, with the businesses safe, robust, deliverable and compliant provisions

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They said:

Abigail Johnson, Head of Waste at Mick George Ltd commented: ‘With what is happening in the wider economic environment, and the implications of Brexit still somewhat unclear, Brownfield development could be a viable solution to many of the issues that are currently being discussed.‘’

Johnson continued: ‘’Cleary there are going to be changes in the Agricultural world, due to abolishment of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), for which land assets could be seen as an alternative funding opportunity. Likewise, with the Government tasked with delivering 200,000 new homes a year until 2020, and the market for private developers fairly buoyant, Brownfields locations are likely to become far more conventional than many would give credit.’’