On Wednesday 19th October, businesses will come together to hear how the region’s redundant brownfield land can be made more productive with a sustainable remediation strategy.

Organised by award-winning environmental and construction services company, ATG Group, the event is being held at the newly developed National Brownfield Institute (NBI) – a government-backed initiative that aims to act as a catalyst in bringing brownfield land back into economic use.

The National Brownfield Institute, Wolverhampton

Guest speakers include Raj Cholia from Turner & Townsend; Andrew Carpenter from Constructing Excellence; Janet Bayley from the National Brownfield Institute and Duncan Sanders from ATG Group.

Duncan Sanders, ATG Group Director (England), said:
“This is a fantastic opportunity to hear first-hand why putting sustainability at the top of the agenda when it comes to remediating brownfield land makes complete sense. By making brownfield cleanup greener, costs to developers are significantly reduced and so is the impact to the environment.”

Places are limited at the event. To book, visit http://25712703.hs-sites-eu1.com/breakfast-seminar