solutions for contaminated land
PAG's industry partners
Self-Erecting Low Cost flood barrier. (SELOC) The barrier lays flat ready for use. Flood water activates the barrier and the buoyant barrier rises automatically with flood water
The Environmental Industries Commission (EIC) was launched in 1995 to provide environmental technology equipment and services suppliers with a strong and effective voice to influence the debate on the future of the industry among policymakers.
International Geosynthetics Society (IGS) was founded in Paris in 1983. It brings together individual and corporate members from all parts of the world who are involved in the design, manufacture, sale, use or testing of geotextiles, geomembranes, related products and/or associated technologies, or who teach or conduct research about such products.
The Radon Council came into being in 1990 and is the Independent non-profit making Self-Regulatory Body for the radon industry. The Council publishes a considerable amount of practical information as well as a free list of contractors, suppliers and consultants offering advice and services involving remedial work for radon gas.
British Geomembrane Association is the trade association of specialist geomembrane installers operating in the UK. Set up over 10 years ago, the BGA represents the interests of its members and their clients and stands for quality installation work, cost effective service provision and, above all, technical excellence in environmental protection.
CSCS was set up in the mid-90s with the aim of improving site workers’ competence to reduce accidents and drive up on-site efficiencies.
The Scheme keeps a database of those working in construction that achieve, or can demonstrate they have already attained an agreed level of occupational competence. Successful applicants are issued with a card giving them a means of identification and proof of their achievements. Cards are increasingly demanded as evidence of occupational competence by contractors, public and private clients and others, and today there are over 1.7 million cards in circulation.
Build UK is the leading representative organisation for the UK construction industry. By bringing together clients, main contractors, trade associations, and representing over 11,500 specialist contractors and other organisations committed to industry collaboration, Build UK represents in excess of 40% of UK construction. Build UK focuses on key industry issues that can deliver change and enable the construction supply chain to improve the efficiency and delivery of construction projects.