Geo-Environmental Services Limited has joined the Zero Pollution Network, our Technical Director Jonathan Tingley explains why:

“Geo-Environmental have a long history of supporting environmental groups. We have been actively involved with the Environmental Industries Commission for more than 10 years and in the past chaired the Green Growth Platform at the University of Brighton. When my colleague Mike Brown discussed the Zero Pollution Network, after he met them at Floodex, their mission to reduce aquatic pollution and carbon emissions was a good fit with both the services that we offer and our own Company ethos. Furthermore, this is an SME led initiative and as an SME ourselves we feel that we will be able to contribute on an equal footing with the other members. We look forward to working with them in the future.” (Jonathan Tingley, Geo-Environmental Technical Director)

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“The Zero Pollution Network’s Mission is to facilitate the development and delivery of solutions and awareness to reduce aquatic pollution whilst simultaneously working with the Corporate World to enhance CSR and ESG. In addition to Climate Change, we focus on the too often forgotten pollutants such as plastics, micro-plastics, raw sewage, wastewater treatment works discharges, mine waters, agricultural diffused pollution, highways runoff and industrial process discharges all of which can be traced back to business and are 2 of the top 4 metrics measured for ESG.” (