We are a diverse team of around 30 people – predominantly engineers and environmental scientists, who get excited about blending our skills and experience to help our Clients successfully resolve their land contamination issues.
ERS (or Environmental Reclamation Services, to use our Sunday name) has been in operation for more than 20 years, and we’ve gained a strong reputation for creativity, providing impartial and pragmatic advice, and for consistently delivering exceptional results. Our mission is to be the market leading provider of sustainable, cost effective, and innovative solutions for the investigation, assessment and remediation of contaminated soil and groundwater in the UK. To achieve that, we focus on targeted recruitment and continual people development to attract, support and retain clients. We see our Clients as extensions of our business. They tell us that we’re down to earth, approachable, and easy to solve problems with. When our Clients succeed, so do we.
As a business, we spend a lot of time engaging with the wider Environmental community. We’re active participants in several industry bodies and we’re engaging regularly with Regulators and other relevant bodies. We’re all a bit geeky when it comes to our areas of expertise – always looking to continually advance our knowledge, skills and understanding of our disciplines and wider industry best practice.
As part of our ongoing CPD and wider industry engagement we’re actively involved with:
- British Drilling Association
- British Hydrological Society
- Chartered Institute of Water
- Geological Society of London
- Institute of Agricultural Engineers
- Institute of Chemical Engineering
- Institute of Civil Engineers
- Institute of Environmental Sciences
- Chartered Institute of Marketing
- Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment
- Chartered Institute of Wastes Management
- Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM)
- Society of Environmental Geochemistry and Health (SEGH)
- UK Spill Association
- Property Care Association
- Scottish Contaminated Land Forum
- Institute of Occupational Safety and Health