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Model predicts environmental effect of pharmaceutical products

August 25th, 2011 by SINC

Most synthetic chemical products used in consumer goods end up unchanged in the environment. Given the risks this could pose for the environment and human health, researchers from the Autonomous University of Barcelona (UAB) have developed a new tool to effectively predict what will happen to current and future pharmaceutical products.

A proposal for solid and liquid waste treatment facilities at Longue Hougue

July 26th, 2011 by Dick Bilborough

Longue Hougue is the dedicated location for a waste park and a sewage treatment utility. Outline planning permission for most waste technologies already in place. The proposal would service every household and business in Guernsey. Requires the approval of the Assembly of the States of Guernsey.

Beau Sejour presentation on a comprehensive solution to treat Guernsey’s solid and liquid waste

June 13th, 2011 by Events

Dick Bilborough and Christopher Rowlands PhD will present a comprehensive solution to treating Guernsey’s solid and liquid waste at a public presentation, which begins at 7 pm on 21 June at the Beau Sejour Leisure Centre theatre. The promoters believe that this proposal which will be Guernsey-funded and managed meets the progressive environmental aspirations of […]

A proposal for organic waste and wastewater treatment on the Longue Hougue land reclamation site

March 7th, 2011 by Dick Bilborough

Constraints on organic, food and wastewater treatment methods that are particular to Guernsey Guernsey relies on the majority of its land area as a rainwater catchment for its water supply. This inhibits the application to soils in the catchment area of any chemical and fluids that pose a threat of leaching and thereby contaminating the […]

A proposal for a combined solid and liquid waste treatment facility at the Longue Hougue land reclamation site in Guernsey

October 18th, 2010 by Dick Bilborough

The proposal calls for constructing a sewage pipeline from the Belle Greve pumping station near the Red Lion to Longue Hougue were liquid waste would be treated to EU standards in Zone 1 before being discharged into the sea. Zone 2 would be set aside for combustible waste such as treated wood to be stored […]

Malcolm Anderson, Environmental Practices Adviser for The National Trust, presents “The Shock of the New”

October 16th, 2010 by Channel Island Group of Professional Engineers

The Channel Islands Group of Professional Engineers (CIGPE) hosts a visit to Guernsey and Jersey by Malcolm Anderson, Regional Environmental Practices Adviser for The National Trust, on 20 and 21 October 2010. Malcolm Anderson will give a presentation “The Shock of the New” at the Duke of Richmond Hotel, St. Peter Port, Guernsey beginning at […]