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Bringing further education and the commercial lab closer

Envirolab is Bringing Closer Together the Commercial Scientific Laboratory and Further Education

Envirolab is pleased to announce, Commercial Manager of Envirolab Group, David Springer will be assisting the Faculty of Sciences, at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), by delivering a lecture for the short course, Contaminated Site Assessment, Remediation and Management (CSARM).


David will deliver a lecture on Laboratory Quality Data and will provide attendees a site visit of our commercial laboratory, Envirolab Services Sydney, on Friday 31st May 2019. Exposure to the laboratory will provide attendees the opportunity to build connections and gain practical insight or “real world” exposure to environmental contamination testing.


"We're proud to help environmental professionals enhance their skills, knowledge and network," said David. 


As Partner and Commercial Manager of Envirolab Group, David has over 28 years of industry experience across environmental and hygiene operations and guidelines. David is signatory for all scientific testing, including the analysis of soil, water and other matricies by techniques of GC, GC/MS, ICP-AES, ICP-MS, AAS and classical techniques.



The lecture is part of a series of short courses, which have been developed by the School of Life Sciences at UTS Faculty of Science with the support of NSW Environment Protection Authority (NSW EPA)

Ideal for those who are aspiring to enter or enhance their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) in site auditing or contaminated site consultancy, this short course is composed of five modules, which are aimed to provide an interactive teaching environment for gaining information on the current best practice and legislative and policy requirements for contaminated site assessment and investigation; reporting obligations; remediation and management.

More detail about short courses and information about enrolment can be found at the UTS website.   

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