Interesting articles, full of information and analysis, written by the Envireau Water team and featured in industry publications.
It is a year since James Dodds, Chairperson of Envireau Water, wrote an article for Quarry Management on the ‘New’ Authorisations process. He has been published again in the January 2019 issue of Quarry Management reviewing where we are now with Quarry Dewatering New Authorisations.
The article details the two different types of licences; the process routes that need to be undertaken; and exemptions from the licensing requirement. James highlights the lessons that have been learned from applications that have been submitted to date, and key messages from the Environment Agency and Natural Resources Wales. With only a small percentage of the expected number of applications having been submitted to date, the article places an emphasis on the importance of compiling and submitting your application sooner rather than later.
Principal Hydrogeologist and Managing Director of Envireau Water, Dr Phil Ham, was published in the December issue of GeoDrilling. In his article, Phil provides an insight into the hows and whys of monitoring boreholes that are used to supply water for commercial use.
Envireau Water’s Chairperson, James Dodds, has been published in the February issue of Quarry Management. In his article, James discusses the new regulatory arrangements for quarry dewatering and outlines the steps operators will need to take.
We’re thrilled that Envireau Water’s Managing Director, James Dodds, has been published in the February issue of Water Active. In his article, James takes a look at the real risk of fracking to groundwater. The article is available in the Envireau Knowledge section of our website, which can be accessed for free here.
You can view the article on the Water Active website (page 29).
2017 is off to a fantastic start with Envireau Water’s Principal Hydrogeologist, Dr Phil Ham, being published in the January issue of Water Active. In his article, Dr Ham looks at some of the most important aspects of borehole design – the benefits of getting it right – and the implications of getting it wrong.
You can view the article on the Water Active website (page 21 and 22).
The August issue of Brewing & Beverage Industries Business published an article by Envireau Water’s Phil Ham, answering frequently asked questions about the wonderful world of boreholes.
You can view the article on the Brewing & Beverage Industries Business website (page 54).
The March issue of Water and Wastewater International published an article by Envireau Water’s Michael Underwood, which explored the Blue-Green approach as a way to provide measures to manage the risk of flooding and reintroduce a more natural water cycle into urban environments.
The August issue of Water and Wastewater Treatment published an article by Envireau Water’s Dr Phil Ham, which explained that whether your water supply is large or small, boreholes can provide years of service if given the right care and attention.
Water Active, January issue, included an article by Envireau Water’s Phil Ham looking at the importance of monitoring borehole performance to avoid serious and costly problems.
Geodrilling International, December issue, included an article by Envireau Water’s Phil Ham dealing with water quality issues and the importance of regular monitoring and maintenance of boreholes to avoid loss of quality and ultimately failure.
Water Active, September Issue included an article by Envireau Water’s Lee Clarke and James Dodds looking at the fact that with regulators taking a harder approach to breaches of consents and permits; the increasing difficulty in obtaining new permits; planning conditions seemingly getting tighter; and with the growing requirement for assessing water footprints, the need for monitoring data gets ever bigger.
The article covers the purpose of monitoring, field installation, survey and data collection frequency.
Brewing and Distilling International, October issue, included an article by Paul Buttrik, Beer Dimensions, with input from Envireau Water’s Dr Phil Ham looking at the complex world of water use in the Brewing Industry.
This article was published in the December issue Brewer & Distiller International.
Arbroath based maltster and Scotland’s leading malt producer, Bairds Malt needed to find a way of developing independent groundwater supplies to enable them to deliver a significant reduction in the unit cost of water consumed and so give them a major competitive advantage. The article examines how the rehabilitation of existing boreholes and the installation of new ones can deliver significant cost savings.
Envireau Water’s Phil Ham discusses whether we should be concerned about Fracking in the Institute of Brewing & Distilling’s June issue of Brewing & Distilling International.