Practical Aspects of Landfill Gas & Groundwater Monitoring: Aims
Of interest to environmental technicians, or those involved in the management or regulation of landfills, this course provides delegates with an understanding of the practicalities of sampling and monitoring for gas and groundwater in and around landfill sites.
At the end of the course, delegates will have:-
* an appreciation of the range and uses of relevant equipment;
* an understanding of the correct monitoring procedures;
* an understanding of the necessary protocols and the methods of QA;
* had practical experience in the sampling of gas and groundwater;
* appreciate the methods of drilling and borehole construction;
* appreciate the importance of correct and rigorous equipment maintenance.
Who should attend:
This course is intended for Environmental technicians, health and safety personnel, consultants, or any person involved in environmental monitoring; using sampling pumps; collecting landfill gas, water or groundwater samples; the monitoring of landfill gas, or groundwater of any kind.
This course consists of a series of lectures illustrated with examples of the equipment in normal use for a range of sampling and monitoring procedures. Delegates will have the opportunity to experience "hands-on" use of a selection of instruments most commonly used in a simulated set of conditions.
Due to the practical, "hands-on" nature of this course places are strictly limited to 12 approx. Early booking is therefore advised.