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Ground Gas Verification Specialist (Southern England)
What is the role?
We are looking for a qualified Ground Gas Verification Specialist, who is familiar with working on active construction sites and the theory and practice of ground-gas protection. Organised, self-motivated and with good time management skills, the successful candidate will strive for best-practice in all that they do, have good communication skills and be confident to identify and challenge poor workmanship.
Email Simon Talbot for further details.
At GGS we provide a range of specialist ground gas services for our clients within a variety of industries from desk studies, monitoring, risk assessment, interpretive reporting, peer review to expert witness.
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Landfill gas consists of approximately 50% methane, so methane monitoring is essential to best practice waste management.