Lisa Hathway joins GGS as Regional Manager for the South

Everyone at GGS would like to give a resounding welcome to our newest recruit, Lisa Hathway, as Regional Manager for the South.

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Everyone at GGS would like to give a resounding welcome to our newest recruit, Lisa Hathway, as Regional Manager for the South.

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Lisa joins us ready to apply her 25 years’ experience of wastes, environmental and sustainability management to being an essential part of our exciting business expansion. Taking on the brand-new role of Regional Manager for the South, Lisa will be expanding GGS’ leading reputation in continuous geo-environmental monitoring while developing our operational coverage in the southern counties.

With 16-years’ experience in shaping and delivering the NHBC’s Land Quality Endorsement (LQE) service, Lisa’s reputation as an honest and trustworthy resource in the land development sector is supported by her steadfast commitment to delivering the highest quality professional services and advice.

As well as her experience, Lisa brings an abundance of embellishments from an expansive and dedicated career. Her accreditation as Fellow of the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management, Chartered Waste Manager and Environmentalist, and Registered Specialist in Land Condition(SiLC), reflect a level of expertise and commitment to excellence within the industry which are an ideal match for GGS.

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Lisa had this to say on joining the GGS team:

I am absolutely thrilled to be joining the UK’s leading environmental consultancy specialising in continuous ground gas monitoring. GGS’s first-class reputation is undisputed; I have always valued their expertise on projects that I have worked on alongside them. Based in Milton Keynes, which is home to a unique business, science and technology ecosystem, I’ll be bringing my passion and knowledge to the south of the UK.


Here’s what Simon Talbot, Managing Director, had to say on Lisa joining GGS:

John and I have known Lisa for many years. She was one of the delegates at the very first GGS A-Z of Ground Gas training events in Birmingham 2009. Since then, we have watched Lisa’s career with great interest and are delighted that the opportunity has arisen for us to work together.

Lisa brings both considerable technical knowledge and business development expertise to this new opportunity within our team and we are very lucky to have secured her for the role of Regional Manager for the South. Very exciting times ahead.”

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