Water resources and water quality at the Yorkshire Contaminated Land Forum

Mike McDonald, Technical Director for Hydrogeology, is presenting at the Yorkshire Contaminated Land Forum Christmas case study event on 29 November.

Mike will look at water resources and water quality and will discuss a case study on water quality pressures in the North East of England. His talk will focus on a project which we have recently completed on behalf of the Environment Agency. The project focussed on the investigation of the link between the Magnesian Limestone Aquifer and the River Skerne, across its catchment area in South Durham.

Starting at 5:15 pm and hosted at the Carriage Works in Millennium Square, Leeds, the Yorkshire Contaminated Land Forum event will also feature presentations on:

  • Good and bad ground investigation data – a developer’s perspective by Cheryl Donohoe from the Harworth Group
  • Leeds College of Arts case study – best reuse of materials, Brownfield Briefing Awards Winner 2017 by Simon Eden from WYG.

An opportunity for questions will follow and the event will round off with networking and refreshments in a local bar.

How we can help you

Our experienced team of geologists, hydrogeologists and geotechnical engineers can provide advice on a wide range of contaminated land-related issues. Ranging from single property residential and commercial developments through to large-scale infrastructure and engineering projects on brownfield sites.

Using the development cycle, our team of specialists can advise on all aspects of contaminated land-related problems. We can also provide advice for on the ground engineering during site development, which is often integrated with contaminated land management.

Want to know more?

Email Mike McDonald for more information on his presentation at the Yorkshire Contaminated Land Forum. You can also find out more about our work in this area on our contaminated land web page.

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