Dr Alexander Lee

SoBRA

Technical Director at WSP with over 20 years’ experience. Alexander has accountability for providing advice, support and technical guidance across all our UK offices. His remit encompasses: business improvement; growth of our people; and the cultivation of a shared culture of “best in class”. Alexander has previously been employed by WSP Remediation Ltd, Environmental Resources Management (ERM), GeoDelft and British Nuclear Fuels (BNFL).

He is a Chartered Geologist, Chartered Scientist and European Geologist together with Accredited Risk Assessor including accreditation for human health, gas, vapour and groundwater risk assessments. He is elected Chair of The Society of Brownfield Risk Assessors (SoBRA). The latter seeks to promote and share good practice in the delivery and advancement of risk assessment. He represents SoBRA on the UK Land Forum and also the National Land Quality Mark (NQMS) steering group.

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Assessing vapour risk to human health from volatile contaminants in groundwater

SoBRA will provide an overview of its latest progress and summer workshops on vapour risk assessment. This will include a discussion upon the assessment of long-term (chronic) risk to human health from the inhalation of vapours arising from groundwater compatible with UK approaches .

EVEN MORE SEMINARS

  • Paul Cave: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Paul Cave - Monitoring Hazardous Substances During Land Remediation

  • Tristan Olivier: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Tristan Olivier - Assume paint contains lead” (HSE). A strategic CDM project risk.

  • Chris Swainston: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Chris Swainston - AGS cover systems update

  • Prof. Russell Thomas: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Prof. Russell Thomas - Ultra-resolution analysis of coal tars – Implications for risk assessment and source apportionment

  • Michael Lunn: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Michael Lunn - Brownfield Register and Permission in Principle - the opportunities for Brownfield First development