Will Fardon

i2 Analytical Ltd

Will joined i2 in 2015 to provide business and technical support for their growing client base in the north of England. With a degree in Chemistry and Mathematics Will trained and worked as an analyst, specializing in organic chemistry but working in a range of laboratories/disciplines across the environmental and pharmaceutical sectors. Outside of the lab, Will spent 8 years as Customer Service and Contract Manager for the commercial arm of the Environment Agencies testing laboratory (NLS). In the last year, Will has been part of the development group within i2 looking at the future of asbestos testing, and also contributed for i2 to the Environmental Industries Commission Laboratory Group on the development of the SCA Blue Book method for Asbestos Quantification.

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Laboratory Asbestos Testing and Respirable Fibres

A review of current analytical methods for the identification and quantification of asbestos, the techniques involved and the benefits and limitations of each. A brief look at proposed changes to standards and how they could affect both laboratories and their customers, moving on to laboratory based techniques for the assessment of the release of respirable fibres, why they are important and how that can potentially be used in the assessment of risk.


  • Emma Cunningham: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Emma Cunningham - Working together to turn the tide on Marine Litter

  • Bao-Son Trinh: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Bao-Son Trinh - Biochar for contaminated soil remediation and climate-change mitigation

  • Prof. Russell Thomas: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Prof. Russell Thomas - Innovative Approaches to Understanding Environmental Legacy of the British Gas Industry.

  • Mark Heggie: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Mark Heggie - WM3 - Classification and Assessment of Hazardous Waste

  • Martina Girvan: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Martina Girvan - Maximising the value of remediation projects using Natural Capital principles