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DS 5 containment complete

In late April RSK commenced enabling works at degassing station 5 (DS 5) on the Rumaila oilfield, Basra, Iraq. This signals the start of field remediation operations as part of RSK’s oil and produced water pit remediation contract with the Rumaila Operating Organisation (ROO).

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Matt is highly commended at the CIEEM awards

RSK’s Matt Collis has been highly commended at the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM) awards. Matt, an ecological consultant in Bristol, was deemed highly commended in the Promising Professional category, which recognises the exceptional achievements of a CIEEM member during the early stages of their career.

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Dream BREEAM team: Rob wins Assessor of the Year Award

RSK’s Rob Baker, a building services consultant in the sustainable development team at Coventry, is BREEAM Assessor of the Year 2014.

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Corporate responsibility: Sue helps Change the Record at Glastonbury

RSK director, Sue Sljivic, has just returned from Glastonbury Festival after joining other WaterAid volunteers to rally support for the charity’s call for world leaders to Change the Record for women and girls everywhere by improving access to safe, clean water and improved sanitation. WaterAid has revealed that a total of 38,125 signatures were received over the course of Glastonbury, well above the 35,000 target and the highest number ever reached at the festival.

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Sljivic and WaterAid volunteers at Glastonbury Festival

Sue helps Change the Record, Sue and the winning ‘Team Ethiopia’

PRESS RELEASE : Wales waste survey reveals that 87% of construction and demolition waste is recycled, reused or composted

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Around 87% of Welsh waste from construction and demolition in 2012 was reused or composted according to an influential report by Natural Resources Wales.

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