Knotweed contamination and cell burial strategies
Our new Japanese Knotweed on-site contamination and cell burial strategy workshop is aimed at contractors/technicians working in the invasive weed sector wanting to gain further knowledge on the use of geomembranes for on-site encapsulation and burial.
What will the Knotweed contamination & cell burial workshop provide?
This one-day workshop will provide candidates with both theory and practical considerations to the design and implementation of geosynthetics/geomembranes both on-site and in the ground.
Candidates will have the opportunity to be hands-on with the geomembrane products and actively work on Knotweed cell burial design and construction. They will also spend time looking at the health and safety aspects when managing and implementing projects of this nature with reference National Occupational Standards that brings safe working practices into consideration.
Topics covered in the cell burial and contamination workshop
- Designing cells – Calculating cell areas and dimensions
- Ground conditions – existing soil issues / testing
- Geomembranes – burial cells / products
- Workshop – practical installation.
- Health & Safety – In line with existing NOS*
- Productive Working / Manual Handling
Workshop Training Dates
|February 2020||Wed 26th|
|October 2020||Tues 13th|
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Please note that there are a limited number of places on each training course and places can only be reserved with full payment. Please check back here for additional dates as they are announced.
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