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Article Ann-Marie Casserly

Annual meeting comes to London

The annual meeting of ISO/TC190 (Soil Quality) is to be held in London this year at the BSi Headquarters, Gunnersbury near Hammersmith,…

Article Ann-Marie Casserly

Drilling down into industry safety

Site investigation companies should expect increased HSE attention following the recent successful prosecution of CET Limited following an accident where a drill…

Article Ann-Marie Casserly

AGS data: improving the flow

Mark Shaw of the Business Practise Working Group recently attended a meeting of the Federation of Piling Specialists (FPS) Technical Committee to…

Article Ann-Marie Casserly

A new perspective in geological mapping

A new on-line service called CENTREMAPSlive® provides a means to buy custom extracts of geological mapping in a uniquely accessible new format.…

Article Ann-Marie Casserly

Testing times for soils

The Environment Agency has issued a revised version of its MCERTS policy for the chemical testing of soils. The Agency established its…

Article Ann-Marie Casserly

The problem of made ground

The categorisation, analysis and reporting of ‘made ground’ is a recurring nightmare for the modern laboratory. Traditionally a by-product of land reclamation…

Article Ann-Marie Casserly

AGS guides the way

AGS Client Guides are intended to help Members get their message about good practice across to clients and to reassure Clients that…

Article Ann-Marie Casserly

What could training do for your company?

Whether you want to improve your relationship with a client, find ways of reducing the cost of your Professional Indemnity, retain your…

Article Ann-Marie Casserly

AGS training takes First Steps

The AGS welcomes the BRE and First Steps initiative and look forward to working with them to develop courses relevant and useful…

Article Ann-Marie Casserly

CLAN 02/05

In September 2005, the Cabinet Office led Soil Guidance Value (SGV) Task Force issued its first (and long awaited) public pronouncement –…