Dr Chris Evans
Dr Evans is a chartered Civil Engineer with over 25 years academic and industrial experience in both geotechnical and geo-environmental engineering. He is responsible for the overall technical and operational management of HBR, one of the leading design and build contaminated land remediation contractors in the UK. He has extensive expertise and detailed specialist knowledge of all aspects of physical, chemical and biological treatment techniques for soils and groundwater, having worked for some of the largest stakeholders across the UK and in Europe.
Treatment Train Targeting of Chlorinated Solvents at a Pharmaceutical Site
Project case study where an ex-situ sequential treatment train approach was adopted for targeting chlorinated solvents on an operational pharmaceutical manufacturing facility in challenging soil conditions. The treatment train involved aerobic and anaerobic biodegradation, chemical oxidation and stabilisation/solidification, enabling the reuse of almost 100% of the excavated materials, to form a flexible development platform to support future plant expansion.
EVEN MORE SEMINARS
Brian Back - Critical Communications
Jane Thomas - Using real-world emissions data to understand air quality – a case study of 1200 vehicles
Gavin Grant - STAR and STARx: Smouldering Solutions for Contaminated Soils and Liquid Organic Wastes
Jack Hunter - From Site to Submission and everything in between – A Review of the Geotechnical and Geo-Environmental methods implemented in modern day Site Investig
Dr Laurence Couldrick - Taking a catchment scale approach to dealing fresh water contamination