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Date, time & duration
September 12th 2019, 1pm GMT, 40 minutes.
What is this Tales From The Field 2 – Water Pollution Prevention in Effect Webinar about?
Following on from the success of our first tales from the field webinar where we shared the success stories of four of our customers we have decided to go again with another four success stories. You will find the original session on our blog shortly.
This webinar is is an interactive presentation designed to provide you with the latest information around water pollution prevention. Specifically we will be sharing case studies of four our most recent success stories. It is normal to think that your challenges are unique, and whilst there is some variation we will be demonstrating in this presentation that a consistent approach will yield water pollution prevention for your business that is typically more achievable, affordable and less disruptive than you might imagine if you have been proposed more traditional solutions.
You will have the opportunity to submit any specific questions that you may have in advance of the event, and during, if time allows.
Who is this Effective Tales From the Field 2 – Water Pollution Prevention in effect webinar for?
This presentation is for Environmental Managers, Facilities Managers, HSE’s, Spill Control Managers, Drainage Engineers, Drainage Design Engineers, and anyone else looking to ensure that your spill containment and water pollution prevention systems and processes will be effective in the event of a spill, fire or flood.
About the Presenter.
David Cole MSEE
David is a pioneer of the spill containment and water pollution prevention industry with 30 years experience. He was instrumental in the development of CIRIA736 with The Environment Agency and is passionate about preventing water pollution.
Overall a very informative webinar, would welcome the opportunity to be invited to the next event should there be any significant legislative/guidance updates or application/component developments.
Good to see technology helping assess site/topography risks, I’m sure this helps make stronger cases for preventative measures.