Guess who’s back, back again…!
Envireau Water’s Dr Phil Ham returns to the 2016 Borehole User Conference by popular demand. He will put what we learn from Mike Packman and Alastair Black into the perspective of the independent water abstractor. Whether they are mineral water bottlers or manufacturers, farmers or brewers, knowing where the water comes from, how it might be at risk from themselves and others, and how it can be protected is an important part of looking after and understanding the important asset that is their borehole.
Phil is a Principal Hydrogeologist with 15 years’ professional experience working with natural water systems. He joined Envireau Water in 2007 and is responsible for the development and management of Envireau Water’s North Office, as well as holding the role of Company Director.
Phil specialises in hydrogeological impact assessment, which is integral to Envireau Water’s technical work across all industry sectors. Phil has a particular interest and expertise in all aspects of development, management and regulation of independent water supplies. Phil manages groundwater supply and environmental monitoring projects across a wide range of industries from brewing and distilling to onshore oil and gas.
There are only a handful of places left at this year’s Borehole User Conference. Find out more and book now here.