Three webinars on sustainability and the future of transport- the processes and the products we use.
|Ticket Prices (Inc. VAT)|
|Partner employee ticket||£ 20.00|
|Non Member Ticket||£ 30.00|
|Member Ticket||£ 10.00|
Three webinars on sustainability and the future of transport.
This event will give you the latest on green infrastructure to adapt to a changing climate and support biodiversity in our transport networks.
Featuring an interview with the Highways Project Manager Live Labs for a trial of Graphene in highways in Kent.
Three webinars on the future of Transport - all for the price of one.
This event will cover good practices in transport and green infrastructure. Permeable paving, where it can be used and its benefits. How to manage storm water. How to connect habitats and how biodiversity can be improved.
The 2020 SUDS Champion, George Warren will outline how Green Infrastructure is being delivered through the London’s Major’s Transport Plan. Owen Davies will outline practical issues of highways and green infrastructure. Sue Illman will provide insight into what needs to change with planning and transport.
Owen Davies, Project Engineer, Havant Borough Council
Sue Illman, Manging Director, Illman Young Landscape Design
George Warren, Project Manager, Climate Change Team, Susdrain
More information to be announced soon.
This webinar will present the findings of a trial of Gipave – a Graphene enhanced asphalt product – as a new alternative resurfacing material in Kent. Kent County Council, as part of a Live Labs trial is exploring the use of Gipave on their highways network. This has the potential to offer significant gains in strength and lifespan over current methods in use throughout the UK.
The enhanced asphalt is produced by Iterchimica – a company based in Italy, who use Graphene pellets melted into bitumen to create an asphalt material that has been shown to deliver a ~150% improvement in the lifespan of the road material compared with traditional methods. The material cost of Gipave is circa 30% higher than normal asphalt, however this is offset by the savings of the life-time maintenance costs of the road – with the total lifecycle cost modelled at a 22% saving compared with traditional materials. Gipave can be linked to a wide range of strategic benefits for the county of Kent.
These webinars are for anyone interested in transport planning and governance, network management and how and what we need to consider when we think about the future of transport.
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Three types of tickets are available. A ticket gives you access to all three webinars, that you can access live or on-demand after the live webinar has taken place.
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