Environmental Baseline Monitoring in the Fylde

February 9, 2017 in Uncategorized

The British Geological Survey (BGS) and its partners have been carrying out an environmental baseline monitoring programme across the southern Fylde since April 2015. This has been a completely independent survey. Their work has included monitoring water quality (groundwater and surface water) seismicity (earthquakes), ground motion, air quality and soil gas. The investigations are independent of any monitoring carried out by industry or the regulators and the information being collected is being made publicly available through the project’s website at www.bgs.ac.uk/lancashire.

The BGS now invites you to an informal drop-in event to give an update on what they have been monitoring, what they have found and to give you an opportunity to speak to the team who have been carrying out this work.

The event has been booked to take place at the Boy’s Brigade Training & Conference Centre in Treales for Tuesday 28 February 2017. Please feel free to visit them anytime between 3.00 and 8.00pm.