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  • ILC Webinars – Agricultural Pollution Claims

    The third in the ILC Home and Commercial Environmental and Agricultural Claims webinar series goes live on 3rd June at 11am. This webinar focuses on agricultural claims, including: Types of environmental claims encountered in the sector How has diversification affected claims? Receptors, stakeholders and regulators in the agricultural claims process Challenges in managing claims in […]

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  • Connecting with Nature

    This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week celebrates the importance of our human connections with nature in supporting our mental health, something that was keenly apparent in those lockdown weeks where a daily walk became vital to the coping strategies of many. As a business (and individuals) lucky enough to work protecting some of the most […]

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  • Join Our Team!

    We have several site based roles available in our Camberley, Manchester and Malvern offices and would love to hear from anyone with domestic groundworks and construction experience who would enjoy a varied role helping to get our customers back into their homes after they have experienced an oil spill on their premises. We also have […]

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  • ILC Webinars – Environmental Series

    RSK Raw Managing Director Neil Stothert is on the panel for ILC’s Home and Commercial webinar series, covering environmental and agriculture claims. On April 8th, ‘The Changing Face of Environmental Claims‘ will be the hot topic, covering questions including: What has changed in the last 10 years and what changes have most impacted environmental claims? […]

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  • RSK Raw’s Ruaraidh McKinnon appointed to UK Spill Association Board

    Ruaraidh McKinnon, Business Manager at RSK Raw, has been appointed to the board of the UK Spill Association following its annual members meeting. The UK Spill Association represents companies, organisations and individuals working in the UK oil spill industry. Ruaraidh McKinnon In his new position, Ruaraidh will be the board representative for Inland Spill and […]

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  • Fuel feedlines in service ducts

    This week, a RSK Raw team discovered a service duct, which had been used to house a fuel feedline, an electricity cable and a blue MDPE water pipe, had kerosene leaking from the top of it. Fashioning a tap to the service duct, the quick-thinking team drained the kerosene and managed to successfully transfer the heating oil back to the […]

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  • New Environment Agency press release – Check your oil tank!

    A new press release from the government today provides a timely reminder that the drop in the oil price may result in more spills and leaks than normal! Consumers are currently rushing to fill their tanks while the oil price is low, and since these tanks will remain filled to capacity until the end of […]

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  • 70 litres of Red Diesel in a Day

    In Lancashire, red diesel has kept one of our teams rather busy of late. A spill of up to 1000 litres from a farm’s AST caused quite a bit of bother when part of the spill migrated into a nearby stream. Retention booms and absorbents were the order of the day, and within 24 hours […]

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  • Looking after our clients

    Sometimes, regularly working in an industry known for challenging scenarios can really pay off! Our teams report the continued use of temporary work area partitions, to further socially distance field personnel from clients and other workers, is proving a huge success, effectively providing additional protection for vulnerable homeowners. Of course, now our working lives have dramatically […]

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  • Waste oil tanks – the forgotten risk

    Last week, one of our RSK Raw teams attended a site to examine a spill of an unconfirmed volume of waste engine and gear oil from a 2700 litre oil tank, and this incident served as a reminder of how  businesses need to be aware of the rolling repercussions of COVID-19.   Like all other service […]

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