British Drilling Association Proudly Supports Contamination & Land Remediation Expo 2024

January 17, 2024

The British Drilling Association (BDA) is pleased to announce its support for the upcoming Contamination & Land Remediation Expo, set to take place on September 11th and 12th at the NEC Birmingham. As a leading event for professionals addressing environmental challenges through solutions for land remediation, soil contamination, and hazardous materials, this expo is a cornerstone for those looking to make a difference in these critical fields.

The Contamination & Land Remediation Expo is where the future of the contamination, remediation, and geotechnical sectors takes shape. It’s a platform for thousands of conversations, meetings, and inspirational talks that drive innovation and progress in our sector.

Organised in partnership with influential organisations such as CL:AIRE, ARCA, UK & Ireland Spill Association, and more, this event promises to connect attendees with the biggest players and provide them with essential insights. It’s a unique opportunity to stay ahead of the curve in a rapidly evolving industry.

In 2023, the Contamination & Land Remediation Expo welcomed 2,014 high-level attendees, all eager to discover cutting-edge technologies, lucrative investment opportunities, and crucial insights that elevated their operations. With the continued support of organizations like the British Drilling Association, the 2024 edition of the expo is poised to be even more impactful.

The BDA is excited to be part of this important event, which aligns with its mission to advance and promote excellence in the drilling industry. The association encourages all industry professionals to mark their calendars for September 11th and 12th, 2024, and be part of this essential gathering.

For more information about the Contamination & Land Remediation Expo, please visit .

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