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REC was delighted to have been considered for the annual Chamber Business Awards 2017, one of the UK’s most contested and prestigious business award programmes. REC is an active member of the Chambers of Commerce and was up against some fantastic competitors, all worthy of a place to compete for the Regional Business award. Although […]


Our Head of Asbestos Planned Services, Scott Bentley had the pleasure of speaking at Boyes Turners Asbestos Study Day in late September. The day was about educating industry colleagues on the dangers around Asbestos, Scott focused on history of asbestos, materials, working conditions (past and present) and exposures leading to the associated diseases. The day was […]


1. The bat survey season ends in September. The end of September means the end of bat surveys (much to most ecologist’s relief!). Bats hibernate over winter, meaning you can’t undertake nocturnal emergence surveys. The survey season reopens in May and so missing the survey window could result in long delays to your project. With just […]


Health and Safety on site: A Site Engineer’s Perspective In support of UK health and safety week this week, REC Geo-Environmental Consultant Marc Roberts, tells us about his role and the importance of health and safety out on site. Based in REC’s southern office, one of Marc’s key responsibilities is managing ground investigations and ensuring […]


REC ecologist Katie Bird takes environmental scientist colleagues Marc Roberts and Alasdair Brooke out on a bat roost survey to discuss the implications to planning if not completed in-season. Derelict and abandoned sites often present habitat opportunities for wildlife – and this former car garage was no exception. Due to various nooks, crevices and uneven […]