Preparations for the 29th Altlastentag Hannover 2022 are in full swing! This year, in addition to our stand at the trade exhibition, we may also participate in various workshops. Our head of department for nature and species protection, Ms Katharina Tempel, will moderate workshop 4 on land recycling.
"In the development of commercial and industrial brownfields as well as abandoned transport and conversion areas, nature has reclaimed a considerable amount of land. Rare species have found their habitat and a new home and are to make way for new uses in the course of land development. In the workshop, the conflict potential that has arisen is to be addressed and strategies and approaches to solutions are to be identified 🧠and developed ✍️."
Our specialist group leader for building pollutants, Mr Martin Brinkkötter, will be present as a speaker in Workshop 2 Building Pollutants.
"With increasing construction activities in existing buildings and more stringent assessment standards, the proper investigation and handling of building pollutants is becoming more and more important. In addition to the in-depth treatment of the asbestos topic at the Contaminated Sites Day 2019, the other building pollutants PAH, PCB, PCP, etc. will also be discussed in the workshop, as well as current occupational health and safety issues."
After the pandemic-related cancellations in 2020 and 2021, everyone involved is really looking forward to the attendance event on 01.09.2022 on the campus of the Ostfalia University of Applied Sciences in Suderburg. Visit us at stand 3 of the trade exhibition.
Further information at: https://www.altlastentag.de/
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