Kerry Murray / Amy Parekh-Pross
Murray Environmental / Chemtest
Kerry Murray - BSc (Hons) CSci FGS
Murray Environmental Limited – Freelance Consultant
Kerry is a highly motivated and versatile environmental consultant / project manager, with 15 years’ experience in environmental risk assessment. She started her career at WSP as a graduate in 2003 and worked her way up through the ranks. She is proficient in all aspects of ground investigation, project management and delivery of desk studies, factual and interpretive reporting through to remedial strategies and completion reporting.
Kerry set up Murray Environmental (ME) in 2014 to provide trusted freelance consultancy services to support the contaminated land industry. Kerry and her business partner Rebecca Hearn, work along-side consultants and contractors as a virtual team member (on-site and office) to bridge resource gaps and provide support to balance the peaks and troughs.
Amy Parekh-Pross (BSc, MSc)
Chemtest – Technical Marketing Manager
Amy Parekh-Pross has a wealth of knowledge and experience in Analytical Chemistry and Regulations, gained by working for over 20 years in the USA and UK. She started off her career at Dames & Moore in Petaluma, California. She has worked as a Laboratory Manger for commercial environmental laboratories before moving into technical roles.
She joined the Senior Management Team in the role of Technical Marketing Manager at Chemtest in April 2016. Amy works alongside the Senior Technical Staff, the Technical Development Team and Account Managers to strategically increase Chemtest’s technical offering to clients in line with regulatory requirements and emerging technologies.
Decoding Sample Variability and Deviation CB*~^ˠϮ
Data variability in the field and laboratory is a hot topic. Throughout the project life cycle there are many opportunities to introduce variability and in some cases result in deviating samples. Depending upon the approach of the regulators they may request resampling which comes at a high cost to the consultancy firms. This seminar assesses the key factors that contribute towards data variability and deviating samples. We also provide concise take home messages to ensure meaningful data and avoid costly resampling.
To learn more Kerry and Amy's seminar, why not take a look at their blog here.
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Akshay Singhal and Kartik Hajela - Graphene and other new materials for Spill Cleanup
Michael Lunn - Can local authorities maintain public confidence in managing contaminated land sites?
Matthew Metcalfe - What is the future of environmental data analysis?
Seamus Connolly MBE - Small Things Make The Difference in Preventing Pollution