The Importance of Personal Development in the Field of Environmental Monitoring and MCERTS

August 2011
International Environmental Technology;Aug2011, Vol. 21 Issue 4, Special section p68
Trade Publication
The article discusses legislative and regulatory changes facing businesses that produce emissions to air, land and water in Great Britain. Under British and European laws, there is a need for these businesses to protect the environment and human health. To obtain a permit to operate, businesses must meet the quality requirements of the Environment Agency (EA). Also included are information on the personnel competence standard of the EA MCERTS scheme.


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