The Property Care Association (PCA) has created the Ground Gas Protection Group to support industry specialists within the sector. Steve Hodgson, chief executive of the PCA, said: “We are seeing ground gas protection come increasingly under the radar. Contributing factors include changes driven by regulatory bodies, as well as a greater demand for the development of land which might be potentially contaminated and needs a level of protection from gases generated in the ground, including radon, methane, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and VOCs. The group’s aim is to create a resource where professionals and homeowners can find qualified, skilled and experienced experts who specialist in ground gas protection; and developing the resources to inform a wider audience of the need to understand and manage the challenges associated with harmful ground gases.
More details at property-care.org/professionals/ground-gas/