RSK’s new 100-van fleet, each named after a protected plant or animal species, has been set free to roam wild around the UK! So, look out for the okapi and the stinking hawk’s-beard, and let us know at @RSKGroup if you spot one.
Graduate landscape architect Peter Metcalfe has played a part in inspiring the next generation of horticulturists by mentoring a team from Derby High School, Bury, in the Royal Horticultural Society’s schools’ garden design competition.
Structural Soils’ (an RSK company) laboratory in Castleford, UK, has participated successfully in an accredited proficiency-testing scheme administered by Netherlands commercial service provider KOAC-NPC. The laboratory received samples of recycled and crushed aggregate for testing from the Netherlands in the summer of 2016. The samples were tested and the results were submitted. The laboratory received the good news on 5 December.
RSK’s Paul Upton, right, presents on oilfield waste management
On 5–6 December 2016, RSK attended and exhibited at the Kurdistan-Iraq Oil & Gas Conference, at the London Hilton on Park Lane hotel, London, UK. Several RSK staff attended and director Paul Upton gave a talk on oilfield waste management and the challenges for a sustainable Kurdistan.