Joseph Hobbs


“In-situ contaminant mapping using the Membrane Interface Probe and fuel florescence”

About Joseph Hobbs

Joseph has previously worked for 3 years as a project engineer for Lankelma, UK, followed by two years in consultancy with Geoconsult in Auckland, NZ. Since re-joining Lankelma in 2016 as Technical Manager he has overseen geotechnical and geo-environmental testing, sampling and research and development activities.

The MIP and in-situ fuel fluorescence methods are increasingly popular for semi-quantitative mapping of VOC and hydrocarbon contamination. This seminar will explore the benefits and considerations involved in applying these methods for successful contaminant characterisation.

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