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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.

YCLF Summer Conference

Vertase FLI Project Director, Mark Field, delivered a thought provoking presentation on our experiences of landfill remediation within the context of waste legislation and the Environmental...

VertaseFLI at 2018 Ground Engineering Awards

VertaseFLI are proud to have received a High Commendation Award for Technical Innovation at the 2018 Ground Engineering Awards held in June.

VertaseFLI assisting with 2018 Geological Society Conference

VertaseFLI Environmental Engineer Abi Brooks is helping GeolSoc as part of the Early Career Professional organising committee to promote the GeolSoc 'Contaminated Land and Groundwater: Resources,...

VertaseFLI Completes Radiological Remediation and Demolition of the 16m High Acid Plant in Yorkshire.

During the short lifetime of the plant a Scale from borehole water had built up within pipework and tanks, due to the process in the plant if had caused naturally occurring Radioactive isotope...

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