After two years of virtual learning, we are so excited to be returning to the classroom for a full programme of new and refreshed ground gas training. ‘The A – Z of Ground Gas’ is the renowned and highly respected geo-environmental training course that makes clear the complexities, challenges and solutions posed by the ground gas regime.
Evolving alongside regulations, ‘The A – Z of Ground Gas’ is relevant to recent graduates starting their careers and experienced professionals wanting to stay up to date with best practice. Curated by GGS and PAG, the course content highlights the full range of ground gas contamination issues, exploring gas properties, migration behaviour, monitoring and risk assessment through to mitigation and protection. Modules include ground gas monitoring technology and application, risk assessment, continuous monitoring, radon, and gas membrane installation and verification.
2022 marks the 11th year of delivering ‘The A – Z of Ground Gas’ by a group of professionals with decades of field and training experience. The course brings theory to life with empirical case studies which are complimented with practical sessions. Delegates will take away a wealth of knowledge that will improve your service delivery and enhance your value to clients.
The new ground gas training 2022 locations and dates are as follows:
Plymouth: Tuesday 29th – Wednesday 30th March
Worcester: Tuesday 10th – Wednesday 11th May
Glasgow: Tuesday 14th – Wednesday 15th June
Milton Keynes: Tuesday 20th – Wednesday 21st September
Guildford: Tuesday 18th – Wednesday 19th October
Leeds: Tuesday 15th – Wednesday 16th November
How do I book a place?
Please note that places are limited to 30 people which will be allocated on a first come basis.
If a venue is cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19, delegates can move their booking to another date or receive a full refund.
The following pages include news articles, videos, guidance notes and white papers on a range of ground gas related topics which we hope you will find of interest. Please browse through but if you can’t find something on your particular issue of interest, we’d be very pleased to hear from you so we can put that right.
Landfill gas consists of approximately 50% methane, so methane monitoring is essential to best practice waste management.