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How green is driving electric?

In this blog, Alberto Pavano, Environmental Consultant at Groundsure, explores electric vehicles and discusses whether driving electric is environmentally friendly. If you have any questions about this blog or would like to find out more, please contact info@groundsure.com. Britain is set to ban all new petrol and diesel cars from 2040, following the lead of countries

20 Jun, 2017 | by Alberto Pavano

Japanese knotweed’s wider environment cost

In this blog, Chris Butler discusses Japanese knotweed and it’s range of effects on ecosystems. If you have any questions about this blog or would like to find out more, please contact info@groundsure.com. Another year, another Japanese knotweed ‘season’ has come and gone, but why exactly does the name Japanese knotweed strikes fear into many?

20 Jun, 2017 | by Chris Butler

The reducing landfill capacity in the UK

In this blog, Geoff Eyre-Walker takes a look at the reducing landfill capacity in the UK, what still needs to be done and what the future holds. If you have any questions about this blog or would like to find out more, please contact info@groundsure.com. Landfill decline in the UK Landfill has been the conventional

20 Jun, 2017 | by Geoff Eyre-Walker

Brownfield Sites: A Wildlife Haven

In this blog, Kate Bannigan, an Environmental Consultant at Groundsure, explores brownfield sites and discusses why they should be incorporated into urban development What are brownfield sites? The United Kingdom’s long industrial past has left behind an estimated 65,760 hectares of ‘derelict and underused’ (Oliver et al., 2005) previous industrial sites, often located in or

20 Jun, 2017 | by Kate Bannigan