Steering Committee Changes

Following the 2019 RemSoc AGM held on 20th November 2019, we can confirm that Mark Stevenson and Quentin Hulm have stepped back from their Office positions as Chair and Treasurer (respectively) of RemSoc, with immediate effect as of the date of the AGM. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Mark and Quentin […]

2019 RemSoc AGM Minutes

The RemSoc AGM was held on 20th November 2019 via Skype and was attended by ten members of the society (including members of the Steering Committee). For the benefit of all members, a copy of the minutes from the AGM are included below. RemSoc AGM 20-11-2019

RemSoc AGM – 29th November 2019

In line with our constitution, RemSoc will be holding its Annual General Meeting on Friday 29th November 2019. This year, due to the timing of our conference in October we have decided to host the AGM via Skype / teleconference.  RemSoc members are welcome to attend the AGM – if you are interested please contact […]

RemSoc 2019 Conference – 16th October 2019

RemSoc 2019 – 16th October 2019, at The Studios, 7 Cannon Street, Birmingham We are delighted and excited to announce that we will be holding our third conference back at The Studios in Birmingham City Centre on 16th October 2019. As with the previous conference, our aim is to provide a “different”, engaging and thought […]

NAPL in the UK context, does it matter?

When: 6th November 2019 Where: The Priory Rooms, Quaker Meeting House, 40 Bull Street, Birmingham B4 6AF Synopsis: From petrol and diesel to chlorinated solvents and coal tar, the UK has a legacy of non-aqueous phase liquid (NAPL) contamination beneath the ground. In this, the Geological Society’s “Year of Carbon”, the Contaminated Land Group invite you […]

Engineering Geology of Contaminated Land

Geological Society Conference When: 4th June 2019 Where: Burlington House, Piccadilly, London Synopsis: The Engineering Group and Contaminated Land Group of the Geological Society invite you to attend a joint one day conference exploring the common ground between these two disciplines, including the benefits of combined investigation, model development and risk-based understanding of a site.  The […]

SoBRA Early Careers Event 2019

When: 26th June 2019 Where: Williamson Building, Manchester University Synopsis: This workshop will be aimed at early career professionals looking to develop their understanding of brownfield risk assessment.  It will include presentations on human health risk assessment, controlled waters, ground gas and vapour intrusion. Details will be posted here: https://sobra.org.uk/ Contact: info@sobra.org.uk

SoBRA Annual Summer Workshop 2019

When: 25th June 2019 Where: Mechanics Institute, Manchester Synopsis: The Summer Workshop event will this year focus on risk communication in conjunction with technical case studies. It will include views from consultants and regulators. The day will be a combination of both presentations and interactive workshops. Details will be posted here: https://sobra.org.uk/ Contact: info@sobra.org.uk