theGeotechnica – Issue No.31 June 2014

June 2014

– Silonite Canisters the latest methodology for sampling ground gases including VOCs – Writing for theGeotechnica this month is Geraint Williams of Alcontrol Laboratories. This month Geraint discusses the advantages of using gas canisters.

– Scottish Transport Minister Oversees Start of Works on A9 Ground Investigation – Writing for theGeotechnica this month is Soil Engineering Geoservices’ Natalie Fennell. In this month’s article, Natalie reveals details of Scottish Transport Minister Keith Brown’s visit to the A9 Ground Investigation Soil Engineering site on the 27th of May.

– An Update on Chemical Bioavailability Testing in Soils – Writing for theGeotechnica this month on behalf of Derwentside Environmental Testing Services is Hazel Davidson. In this article Hazel
provides an update on chemical bioavailability testing in soils.

– Minnovare introduce the award winning Azimuth Aligner to the UK Market – Writing for theGeotechnica for the first time is Michael Beilby, Commercial Director of Minnovare Pty Ltd, an Australian company that was originally formed to leverage the demand for improved accuracy and efficiency of drill rig alignment in the Mining and Civil Engineering industries. In this article Michael introduces the award winning Azimuth Aligner to the UK market.

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