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BS 8580: Risk Assessments for Legionella Control Past Conference Papers


B5 8580: Risk Assessments for Legionella Control was held at SCI HQ, London on Thursday 8 April 2010, Organised by SCI's Environment Group and Health and Safety Group. Over 120 delegates attended to give feedback on the BS 8580 which will supplement the documented returns from the public comment stage of the standardisation process.

Biorenewable Fuel and Fertiliser: Realising the Potential Past Conference Papers


Organised by SCI’s Science & Enterprise Group, Environment Group, Yorkshire & the Humber Group, Fera, and CIWEM Tyne & Humber Branch, 'Biorenewable Fuel and Fertiliser: Realising the Potential' was held on Wednesday 24 March 2010 at Fera, York, UK.

A novel way of treating sludge

Delivery and handling of the green waste

The Yorkshire water sludge phyto-conditioning (SPC) process seminar was held on 15 May 2007 at the Esholt Conference Centre, Shipley, West Yorkshire, UK.

Summary of Environment Group BSI Activity Impact


The Environment Group has contributed to the development of British, European and International standards

Integrating science into European water policy

Water status monitoring

The three day ‘International conference on water status monitoring of aquatic ecosystems in the context of the water framework directive (WFD)’ was held in Lille, France, from 12 - 14 March 2007.

Volunteer spotlight: Carl Martin

Carl and Barbara Martin

Health and Safety was a career change for Carl Martin, after many years in in production and development

Laboratoryless water analysis


The revised BS 1427 Guide to on-site test methods for the analysis of waters, published in January 2009, describes on-site tests for characterising the tested water for quality or process control.

Environment Group talks international standards


The environment is central to every activity of the chemical and allied industries, as well as most other major technology sectors. The Group endeavours to enhance all aspects of professional awareness on environmental matters.

Energy from Waste Conference Papers


Energy from Waste was held at Lancaster Environment Centre on 18 June 2009, and organised by the Environment and Process Engineering Groups