Reserve your place on BTTGs Landfill Engineering Works seminar

The seminar will be held on Thursday 6th June.


What will it cover?

The seminar will provide an overview of the current National Landfill Engineering Guidance and the future of it. Delegates will gain an understanding of what the common landfill tests are, the requirements and the issues surrounding sampling and testing, and what the test results mean. Delegates will have an opportunity to witness tests taking in our UKAS accredited geosynthetic laboratory.

Who is it aimed at?

This seminar is an excellent opportunity for consultants and contractors and those involved in the design, building and CQA of landfill engineering and will provide a clear understanding of the testing of the geosynthetics used.



Rob Marshall, BTTG®rob

Rob is BTTG's Geosynthetic Laboratory Manager with over 20 years' experience in the Environment Agency, conducting technical waste regulation and responsibility for all national landfill engineering regulations. Rob currently sits on the following geosynthetics standards committees: BSI B/553, ISO TC221 and ASTM D35.

Darren Legge, Environment Agency
dlegge 002Darren Legge spent 8 years as a Geotechnical Engineer before spending 26 years working as a Technical Specialist within the Environment Agency, and for the past 6 years as a Senior Advisor for National Landfill Engineering Regulation.


- Role of the Environment Agency and the issues regarding Geosynthetic testing.
- The current and future state of the landfill engineering guidance.
- Construction quality assurance (CQA) test requirements for Geosynthetics.
- Laboratory tour and test demonstrations. 

: Thursday 6th June.
Time: 9:30am (for 10am start) to 3:30pm finish.
Location: Unit 14, Wheel Forge Way, Trafford Park, Manchester, M17 1EH

Book onto our Seminar

To reserve a place for you and/or your colleagues at this free seminar, please email Places are limited so please confirm your attendance as soon as possible.

We look forward to hearing from you!


Posted by on 16 May 2019