High frequency monitoring for LFG

EPG has recently presented a series of training courses on ground gas investigation and risk assessment for the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health. The purpose of the training courses was to explain how to assess whether a site should be determined as ‘contaminated land’ as a consequence of the presence of ground gases and, if so, the approaches that can be taken to its remediation.  It also covered the use of high frequency gas monitoring data and drew upon EPG’s 15 years experience of interpreting such data (in the early years it was obtained from expensive in situ monitoring and alarm systems).

There’s more to interpretation than looking for trends with changing atmospheric pressure.

Find out more by downloading the Technical Discussion Note “High frequency monitoring for LFG“.

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