A Sustainable Built Environment Webinar Series Part Three
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When: Thursday, March 12, 2020
12:00 PM
Where: United Kingdom
Contact: Training and Events Team
01604 404121

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Part Two - "A Sustainable Built Environment"

Part three of a three part series focused on the topic of "A Sustainable Built Environment". This new webinar series continues our cross-disciplinary, knowledge sharing, expert led webinars designed to provide good practice case studies and insight into key topics from a range of sectors - providing different perspectives, but all with the goal of protecting and enhancing our environment. 

The series titled A Sustainable Built Environment is the fourth Webinars@SocEnv series, and the third to provide cross-sector insights on an topical umbrella webinar theme (Series one looked at Why and How to Become a CEnv / REnvTech). Each webinar speaker across all series are either registered as a Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) or Registered Environmental Technician (REnvTech). 

Part three will comprise of two Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv) speakers - experts in their relevant fields and both working on the mega infrastructure project that is HS2. Each CEnv will provide a twenty minute insight into their sub-topic, followed by participating in a question and answer session with the audience to conclude. This is your chance to ask the expert - or indeed offer an alternative solution.

Talk #1:
Soil Management and Sustainable Construction on HS2

HS2 is the largest infrastructure project ever undertaken in the UK and its construction will involve the movement of a large volume of soil.  The sustainable re-use of soils is a key mitigation measure for the project and this talk will look at the role of soils in sustainable construction and the strategies applied on HS2 to enable restored soils to be used for agriculture and landscape planting.

Vaughan Redfern CEnv - Principal Environmental Consultant, Atkins

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