Our IQ Academy lunch and learn session for July welcomed Nick Peatling of NIRAC to provide us with an insight into the basis of plant design. With over 35 years’ experience in the quarrying industry, Nick originally apprenticed as a draughtsman, his development has seen him use these skills as a Contracts Engineer and later as an Engineering Director.
Our Lunch and Learn session for June welcomed Anthony Elgey of MP Futures.
Our Lunch and Learn session for May welcomed Simon Higson, Technical Director with SLR Consulting Ltd.
For this month’s IQ Academy Lunch and Learn session we were joined by Adam Daniels, Operations Director for Sibelco in the UK and responsible for their Ball Clay, Kaolin, Toll Processing and Industrial Silica Quarries across the country.
Our Lunch and Learn session this month welcomed David Jameson, a Chartered Engineer, Chartered Geologist and member of the IMMM with over 25 years’ international consulting experience in the mining, quarrying and construction sectors.
Mineral Planning - Current Threats was the hot topic for our IQ Academy Lunch & Learn webinar this month, where we were joined by our guest speaker, Spencer Warren of Heaton Planning who provided an insight into the system that impacts our industry in so many ways.
We were pleased to welcome James Dodds of Envireau Water to present the first in our compelling new series of ‘Lunch and Learn’ webinars. James provided us with an insight into the transitional arrangements and new requirements for abstraction licensing, which came into effect 1st January 2018.
Used by more than 30 countries worldwide and even powering the Mars Rover, nuclear power generates around 14% of the worlds electricity from over 400 nuclear power plants around the globe.
The workshop at HQ is very busy this time of year, filled with merry jingles as the IQ elves are trying to wrap all the presents ordered from ShopatIQ ready for Santa to deliver on Christmas Eve.
Provider of one of nature’s most awe inspiring displays and a force capable of destroying entire civilisations. Volcanoes are essentially a rupture in the earth’s crust, allowing magma to reach the surface of the earth.