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Safety Record Breaking News

Achieving certification to the new ISO45001:2018 Occupational Health & Safety Standard back in May 2018 ahead of our industry peers, has assisted in the continual drive of...

Abigail Brooks presents at RAWFILL Advisory Board Meeting

On March 28th, 2019 Abigail Brooks, Environmental Engineer for VertaseFLI presented at the RAWFILL Advisory Board meeting during the Mid-Term Event at Les Champs Jouault in...

Our QESH Co-ordinator, Nicola Hawkins, has successfully gained a NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and safety.

We are very pleased to announce that our QESH Co-ordinator, Nicola Hawkins, has successfully gained a NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and safety.

VertaseFLI receive award from Considerate Constructors Scheme

Yet again, VertaseFLI demonstrate a ‘Very Good’ standard well beyond the minimum requirements for the Considerate Constructors Scheme.

Brownfield Briefing 2018 Award for the Four Ashes Project

The 32 hectare Four Ashes site was predominantly used as a chemical manufacturing works from the 1960’s up until it was closed and demolished in 2007.

Fax machines switched off at VertaseFLI

All good things come to an end and, as the analogue age left a little while back,  VertaseFLI have now (finally) switched off the fax machine and as of this week can no longer receive fax messages...

VertaseFLI win at 2018 Brownfield Briefing Awards

VertaseFLI won Two Awards for Best Project Closure/Verification Process and Best Re-use of Materials on a Project, these were both awarded for the Sandford Farm Project at the...

VertaseFLI Director discusses Environmental Permitting Regime

VertaseFLI Director Mike Longman has contributed to the Summer 2018 edition of Brownfield Briefing's Development & Infrastructure Magazine.

VertaseFLI and FLI Carlow Working Together

Vertase FLI and FLI Carlow work together to deliver site remediation and stormcast surface water attenuation tanks for Harron Homes in Chesterfield.

VertaseFLI and Harron Homes Save the Fish Population *UPDATED*

Leading Yorkshire property developer, Harron Homes have been rescuing the fish population in the Staveley branch of the Chesterfield Canal.

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