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Is a who or what the biggest contaminant in your cleanroom?
One of the greatest contamination control problems in a cleanroom is that people are in themselves a contaminant. Research suggests in terms of particle contaminants humans shed 0.001 - 0.003 ounces
The Contamination Expo Series 2017 looks set to become the most influential show in the industry
After a hugely exciting start to the new year, the Contamination Expo Series - the UK’s fastest growing event for contamination professionals - looks set to be the most influential exhibition
5 Reasons Why Exhibiting at the Contamination Expo Series is a Must
1. Your competitors will be left behind Your competitors don’t want you to exhibit! Exhibitors at the Contamination Expo Series 2017 will be limited to just over 150 organisations. Leaving it too
Date Change for the Contamination Expo Series Due to Rapid Growth
The Contamination Expo Series 2017 at ExCeL London is now set to take place two weeks earlier on the 27th & 28th of September due to the rapid expansion of the
A Look Forward to the Environmental Events Set to Shape 2017
After 2016's dramatic environmental, natural, and political developments, what does 2017 hold in store for us? Here are just a few of the major environmental issues for the year ahead.
Law Firms Warn of Asbestos Risks When Decorating
Around half of Britons are unconcerned about the health risks connected to renovating or decorating their homes, according to new research.
London Breaches Annual Air Pollution Limits Just Five Days Into 2017
In what has been labelled a “shameful reminder of the severity of London’s air pollution,” London has breached its annual air pollution limits just five days into 2017, according to campaigners.
Remediation Market Set to Rise to Over $123 Billion by 2022
A report published by MarketsandMarkets predicts that the global environmental remediation market will increase to more than $123 billion by 2022...
UK Government Set to Overturn Local Council Objections to Shale Drilling
Local councils in the north of England look set to lose their voice when it comes to objecting to unpopular shale gas drilling projects. The move prompted...