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Through Royal Charter, the Society holds the register for, and champions, Chartered Environmentalist (CEnv), Registered Environmental Practitioner (REnvP) and Registered Environmental Technicians (REnvTech) registrants. Professional registration is peer recognised proof of the knowledge, experience and commitment required to consistently apply sustainable thinking and good practice to your work.


Environmental Protection UK is a national charity that provides expert policy analysis and information on air quality, land quality and noise and their effects on people and communities in terms of a wide range of issues including public health, planning, transport, energy and climate.


 Specialist in Land Condition

SiLC aims to develop and maintain a high quality unifying professional registration for the assessment of the condition and remediation of brownfield sites, which fulfils the needs of public and private sectors and society as a whole.

The SiLC Register scheme was designed to support the use of the Land Condition Record (LCR), launched by the Urban Task Force in 1999 and to recognise the skills of those working in the broader land condition sector. It now provides a wider recognition of competence in the land condition field, but the LCR remains as a working tool.


The Environmental Services Association (ESA) is the trade body representing the UK's resource and waste management industry. While people talk about the circular economy, our members are helping to bring it about every day.

A sustainable, low-carbon economy of the future depends on quality recycled materials and world-class resources and waste management. ESA members collect, process and deliver these resources and are innovating and investing for a long-term zero-waste, zero-carbon future, building sustainable infrastructure and creating jobs.


The East Land Quality Forum (ELQF) was established as a dedicated voluntary body offering free seminars for land quality practitioners within the East of England.

The aim of the Forum is to allow all those with a professional interest in land quality in the East of England to come together. The Forum will meet, present and receive interesting papers, network in an open and friendly environment and collectively support work towards continuously improving our region’s land quality. 


Brownfield Research and Innovation Centre

The Brownfield Research and Innovation Centre (BRIC) was established in October 2017 with the support of the European Regional Development Fund Programme to provide support to Black Country SMEs involved in brownfield remediation and redevelopment. This support helps bring more brownfield sites back into economic use.


BRIC offers free, innovative, bespoke support to Black Country SMEs who require assistance with any aspect of brownfield remediation and regeneration.


The Association of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Specialists (AGS) is a non-profit making trade association established to improve the profile and quality of geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering. The membership comprises UK organisations and individuals having a common interest in the business of site investigation, geotechnics, geoenvironmental engineering, engineering geology, geochemistry, hydrogeology, and other related disciplines.


The British Drilling Association

We are the UK trade association for those who drill holes in the ground, manufacture/supply drilling rigs & equipment, or supply services to the geotechnical and ground investigation industry.


Our members cover: ground investigation; mineral exploration; water-well activities; ground consolidation; quarry drilling; geothermal drilling; directional drilling; ground anchors; piling; laboratory testing; training; specialist insurance services; geotechnical consultancy; drilling rig & equipment supply. We do not however include drilling for oil and gas.


The Federation of Piling Specialists

The Federation of Piling Specialists (FPS) represents the interests of piling, foundation and geotechnical contractors across the UK, promoting the highest levels of technical ability, quality and safety and it sets standards for the whole sector. Through its Associate Membership scheme, which extends to include consulting engineers, the FPS also represents associated geotechnical trades, sectors and plant manufacturers in their members supply chain that have a shared interest in the common goals and aims of the FPS. 


FPS members are independently audited every three years to ensure they meet and maintain these standards. It is a proactive association, developing technical and safety guidance, as well as contributing to the development of British and International standards. The FPS is also active in the field of training, providing Apprenticeships and running safety courses for the geotechnical industry.