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  • Operator Monitoring Training

    The EA introduced Operator Monitoring Assessment (OMA) in 2001 to strengthen its auditing of operators' self-monitoring arrangements. This applied initially to the monitoring of emissions to air from industrial installations regulated under the Environmental Permitting Regulations (EPR). OMA has since been extended to discharges to controlled ...

    By Catalyst Environmental based in Heaton Mersey, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Environmental Geochemistry of Metals - Investigation and Remediation - Course

    Soil and groundwater at many mining, industrial, and power utility sites in the United States and elsewhere are contaminated by metals, radionuclides, and other inorganic chemicals. Remediation by natural attenuation, also known as intrinsic remediation, is a viable approach for reducing the risk associated with metal/inorganic solute plumes in ...

    By National Ground Water Association (NGWA) based in Westerville, OHIO (USA).

  • Accredited Water Industry Training

    We have a vast range of training courses designed for engineers working in water distribution or water supply roles, including: Environment Law. Engineering. Networks Design. Process Design. Rivers and Groundwater. Water Science. Environmental. Installation, maintenance and refurbishment of networks. Water Hygiene and Utility SHEA. Mains laying ...

    By Develop Training Limited based in Oakham, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Bespoke Courses

    ESI has been providing training to the environment industry since 1996; our reputation for technical training is founded on our comprehensive suite of practical courses for professionals working in the area of soil and groundwater sciences.

    By ESI Consulting Ltd based in Shrewsbury, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Hydrogeology in Plain English - Course

    This course has been designed for professionals associated with the groundwater industry either through business interactions or their workplace environment. Attendees need not be trained in math and science, and need no prior introduction to hydrogeology. The course, presented in everyday conversational language, is more inclusive than a primer ...

    By National Ground Water Association (NGWA) based in Westerville, OHIO (USA).

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