Environmental Protection Scotland (EPS) brings together individuals and organisations across the public, private and voluntary sectors to discuss and promote ideas, knowledge and solutions to achieve our aim of a cleaner, quieter, healthier and sustainable Scotland. EPS is active and influential in the fields of air quality, land quality, noise and are at the fore of emerging environmental issues, including working towards sustainable development for a resilient Scotland. We will work to deliver those topics as a means to protect and improve public health, tackle climate change and address sustainable development.
Scottish Property Federation
The Scottish Property Federation is the voice of the real estate industry in Scotland. Our membership reflects the diverse nature of our industry – owners, developers, funders, agents and advisers.
We work with our members to support a diverse, successful and sustainable real estate industry recognised for the contribution it makes to society.
We deliver our mission by working collaboratively with national and local government and other partners; by promoting knowledge, innovation and best practice within the industry; and by showcasing our members’ achievements so that our diverse sector is better understood.
You can search through our member directory here.
The Association of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Specialists (AGS) is a non-profit making trade association established to improve the profile and quality of geotechnical and geoenvironmental engineering. The membership comprises UK organisations and individuals having a common interest in the business of site investigation, geotechnics, geoenvironmental engineering, engineering geology, geochemistry, hydrogeology, and other related disciplines.
Scottish Contaminated Land Forum
The SCLF encourages and promotes the effective and sustainable reuse of brownfield land, particularly land affected by contamination. We seek to positively contribute to future economic growth and improved quality of life for people and communities in Scotland whilst protecting and enhancing the environment. We are a membership organisation established to bring together brownfield professionals and interested parties to promote and develop best practice principles and procedures in the industry in Scotland. Our members are drawn from the public and private sector including regulators, consultants, land owners, contractors, and service providers as well as academia. We run regular webinars, face to face meetings and an annual conference to facilitate and widen access to the dissemination of knowledge in the land contamination sector which will benefit members and the wider public.
We are the UK trade association for those who drill holes in the ground, manufacture/supply drilling rigs & equipment, or supply services to the geotechnical and ground investigation industry. Our members cover: ground investigation; mineral exploration; water-well activities; ground consolidation; quarry drilling; geothermal drilling; directional drilling; ground anchors; piling; laboratory testing; training; specialist insurance services; geotechnical consultancy; drilling rig & equipment supply. We do not however include drilling for oil and gas.