World Environment Day 2020
During this time of unprecedented uncertainty, all of us here at MediTerra are concerned about the safety and well-being of our families, colleagues, and customers.
Our thoughts are with those who have been affected personally by the outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19) as well as the communities around the world that are facing extreme measures in the attempt to slow its spread.
MediTerra has put the following measures in place to continue providing our services to all our customers
We realise these are uncertain times, thank you for your support and understanding.
The team at MediTerra
Today is World Environment Day and the main topic is air pollution. Unfortunately, there is still a lack of awareness, political commitment and global action to improve air pollution. China, as leader of electric vehicles, is the host of the celebration this year. 92% of the world’s population does not breathe clean air and air pollution takes 7 million lives every year
We are looking for a candidate with at least 5 years of experience of contaminated soil and groundwater for the soils department. The position consists of managing contaminated soil projects from the bidding preparation phase, field planning, field work, report writing, quantitative risk analysis, etc. It requires the ability to work independently and with the rest of the team.
Bachelor’s degree. High knowledge of geology and hydrogeology is positively valued.
Course of Occupational Risk Prevention (ORP) 50 h (it is positively valued masters degree in ORP).
Knowledge of ISO 17020 and regional accreditations.
High level essential in English (spoken and written).
Native level Spanish / Catalan (spoken and written).
Place of work: Blanes.
Availability to travel is required.
Good working conditions
Send CV to Nila Nielsen email@example.com
Jordi Boronat and Nila Nielsen, directors of MediTerra, member of the European network of companies working on contaminated soil (NICOLE.org) have participated in the Conference organised by NICOLE that took place in Bristol, United Kingdom from the 15th to the 16th November 2018.
The conferences focused mainly on the ownership of information, collection and use of data in risk assessment, data visualisation, data and sustainability, data management and sharing.
Practical demonstrations were conducted that provided an opportunity to show next-generation visualisation systems for data management and risk management.