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Lancashire Branch

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 30, 2019 8:00:00 AM / by Sarah Fry posted in CPD, Lancashire Branch, Networking, IQ Community

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The series of branch blogs from the Institute of Quarrying (IQ) continues. This month the focus is the IQ Lancashire branch and its well-attended continuing professional development (CPD) day.

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Lancashire Blog

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 31, 2018 3:26:00 PM / by Sarah Fry posted in Lancashire Branch, Networking, IQ Community

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The IQ Lancashire branch is in a region that covers some large towns and cities, including Carnforth, Bolton, Manchester, Stockport, Liverpool, Wigan and the Wirral. It is also an extremely important source of limestone and boasts some stunning natural landscapes, including the North Pennine Hills and Lake District.

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The Evolution of Explosives & Accessories - Lancashire Branch

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 14, 2018 3:06:00 PM / by IQ News Update posted in Lancashire Branch, Networking, IQ Community

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The IQ Lancashire Branch were pleased to welcome Steve Gilmartin of Maxam to their technical evening which took place 13th March 2018.

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Lancashire Branch Blog

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 30, 2017 2:34:00 PM / by Sarah Fry posted in Lancashire Branch, Networking, IQ Community

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The Lancashire branch is in a region that covers some large towns and cities, including Carnforth, Bolton, Manchester, Stockport, Liverpool, Wigan and the Wirral. Our region is an extremely important source of limestone and also boasts some stunning natural landscapes, including the North Pennine Hills and Lake District.

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Implication to water quality - Lancashire Branch

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 3, 2017 8:38:16 AM / by IQ News Update posted in Lancashire Branch, Networking, IQ Community

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Phil Haygarth is a Professor of Soil and Water Science at The Environment Centre, Lancaster University.  He is a specialist in the interaction between soils and water and in the flow of the nutrient (phosphorus) through the soil – water catchment, where there are benefits for farming and food production,  but also problems with water quality downstream.   

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Patrick Bowles MIQ

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Phil Shimwell MIQ

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John Hattersley MIQ

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