A recent fish rescue and relocation deployment at Bourne Brook allowed the APEM team to evaluate species and lifecycles, with unexpected results.
In July this year the APEM Group were delighted to announce the acquisition of Woodrow and welcome them to the Group.
We don’t value water enough. Climate change has disrupted patterns of rainfall, resulting in flooding and drought. We are facing real difficulties in capturing, saving and using water for our growing population.
Looking after the environment is vital for our future. And monitoring the effects of climate change and pollution on the environment and society is what we do at APEM. That’s why we work hard to minimise the impact of our own operations on the environment and help other businesses to do the same.
By Dr Andrew Davey, Principal Consultant
Meet Billy Gardener one of APEM’s Image Analysts who joined us in March 2021.
Offshore wind is a success story for the UK. And globally, investment in renewable energy is reaching new heights, with power purchase agreements soaring with firms like Amazon and Microsoft entering into direct agreements with energy companies to purchase power from renewable energy sources to a...
Traditionally, boat-based observers have estimated the flight height of birds over the sea, placing sightings of birds in to flight bands. However with evolving technology, high resolution digital aerial surveys are now the go-to method to more accurately model flight height distributions.
Invasive and Non-Native Species (INNS) are one of the leading threats to biodiversity in the modern world. ...
During the summer we welcomed several interns who helped APEM deliver some critical pieces of work, and hopefully had fun and gained some valuable experience along the way!
We’ve been recruiting again, this time significantly strengthening the freshwater fisheries capabilities within the Physical Aquatic team at APEM Ltd.
By Emily Moxham, Fisheries Scientist
APEM’s latest senior appointment is Keith Ross, heading up our rapidly expanding UK based Terrestrial Ecology team.
We welcome Jill Simpson, who has joined APEM as our new Associate Director of Terrestrial Ecology. A key focus for this role will be to drive growth in our terrestrial ecology services whilst focussing on quality of delivery.
On the 7th July, Defra and Natural England launched the Biodiversity Metric 3.0, to help developers measure biodiversity net gain (BNG) and ensure new developments are “nature positive”.
By Lydia McIntyre-Brown, Senior Marine Taxonomist and NMBAQC PSA Administrator
Leading environmental consultancy APEM Ltd have announced the acquisition of Woodrow, an environmental and sustainability consultancy based in County Sligo, Ireland.
There’s lots happening in Ireland. We share the latest developments in the Irish environmental sector as well as some updates on APEM’s work in Ireland.
The Remote Sensing & Data Operations have a new Divisional Director – Andy Gosney
Absolutely! And in the case of APEM’s client Simply Blue Energy Kinsale, it is in fact emerald!
By Tania Iglesias - Senior Aquatic Scientist
Silt pollution in waterways can occur as a result of construction works or runoff in wet weather.
As we move beyond lockdown, APEM’s Field team continues to go from strength to strength. With an office in the south and new hires and a promotion, the Field team can better serve our clients wherever they are based.
Drought is an ever-present threat on the horizon in the UK. It could also be an issue Ireland has to consider in the future.
The environment minister has announced that government will introduce a plan to reduce discharges of raw sewage into rivers in England.
The need for offshore wind is growing rapidly globally as many nations now see it as one of the key pillars...
As the UK begins to come out of lockdown, we’re excited to share the relaunch of our Cash for Trash charity initiative.
By Dr Jo James, Senior Freshwater Consultant
Invasive and Non-Native Species (INNS, also referred to as Invasive Alien Species (IAS)) are now considered one of the biggest threats to global biodiversity. To recognise Invasive Species Week this year (May 24th-30th), APEM will be showcasing some of the work we deliver, the expertise we have, ...
Managing INNS (Invasive and Non-Native Species) is often underpinned by the application of risk assessments to aid in prioritising and targeting management approaches. Previously commonly applied to individual species to assess invasiveness, there is increasing demand to apply risk assessment pro...
By Dr Alex Seeney and Dr James Smith - Senior Fisheries Scientists
By Michael Austin - Senior Consultant Scientist
By Dr Rupert Houghton - Aquatic Non-Native Species Scientist
By Katie O’Shaughnessy - Aquatic Non-Native Species Scientist
By Alison Tamkin, Senior Marine Biologist
By Ashley Cordingley, Senior Marine Ecologist
By Dr Chris Ashelby, Principal Marine Scientist
APEM recently saw the return of Beth and Emily, two talented Ornithologists from our marine team, after the...
The Remote Sensing team at APEM have recently taken delivery of three LiDAR systems to further enrich their services to clients across the globe.
An overview of bat ecology, surveys, and licencing for development by Lorna Rowe, APEM's Consultant Ecologist.
In 2020 APEM launched their unique H2OVER® offering, a super-sized, high resolution survey that allows a user to ‘virtually’ drive or fly through an area from their desktop.
Since 1987 APEM Ltd have been supporting Salford City Council to monitor and manage the water quality and ecology in Salford Quays and to implement necessary improvements to maintain the highest possible levels of environmental quality.
Summer may not be here yet, but the official bathing water season is nearly upon us. In England and Wales it runs from mid May to the end of September (in Scotland and Northern Ireland the season is slightly shorter and runs from the start of June to mid September).
APEM’s Remote Sensing team have been using LiDAR as part of their technology arsenal since 2018.
Following an initial 12 months of digital aerial marine wildlife surveys, Beacon Wind has commissioned APEM Inc for a further 12 surveys.
Biodiversity Net Gain will become an integral part of the development process as the government considers ways to restore nature in the face of rapid biodiversity decline in England.
Did you experience an algal bloom problem last year?
Happy St Patrick’s Day! As it’s a special day for Ireland, we thought we’d share some insights into the Iri...
Diatoms are one of the most numerous species on the planet in both biomass and number of species.
The APEM BioLab team may be based in central England, but our clients are based all over the world. The highly skilled team take receipt and analyse thousands of freshwater and marine samples every year.
2020 was a year of unprecedented growth and commercial success for specialist environmental consultancy, APEM.
Invasive and non-native species (INNS) are now considered one of the biggest threats to global biodiversity.
Regardless of the method used to collect ornithology and offshore wildlife survey data, APEM’s clients around the world trust us to demonstrate best practice and ensure that the data delivered meets the necessary legislation for the location surveyed.
The results are in for the APEM 2020 Photo of the Year competition! Every year we run an internal Photo of ...
Vineyard Wind have announced that APEM, a leading independent consultancy specialising in marine ecology and aerial surveys, has been contracted to complete a second year of monthly surveys for the company’s OCS-A 0501 lease area, located off the coast of Massachusetts.
APEM continue to build on their relationship with United Utilities and are ready to help them map a series of buried assets … from the air!
Following APEM’s recent opening of an office in Cork, we have been awarded a further project by the Marine Institute, this time to review the impact of the Irish Biologically Sensitive Area off the south and south-west coast of Ireland.
With the recent confirmation of President-Elect Joe Biden*, APEM looks forward to positive changes to the e...
APEM, Hydrolox and the Environment Agency are joining forces to bring you a webinar on eel and fish screening in Ireland.
The scientific community is full of acronyms; however, when it comes to quality control few are as important as NMBAQC – NE Atlantic Marine Biological Analytical Quality Control.
Unfortunately, CV19 still significantly impacts our daily lives, however APEM’s Dr Sarah Davie has found a way to support her local community whilst getting creative and taking care of her mental health and wellbeing.
Despite what some people think, every survey is different, and at APEM we pride ourselves on understanding ...
The requirement for power generated from renewable sources continues to rise and the UK Government has recently pledged that every home in the UK will be powered by offshore wind by 2030.
APEM once again achieves an overall score of 100% in its latest Achilles UVDB Verify assessment.
On September 8th, Environment Minister Rebecca Pow held a roundtable with representatives across the UK water industry and laid down the challenge for them to do more to protect our water resources and environment.
Sewage spills need to be managed as they can have devastating effects. The Storm Overflow Assessment Framew...
For once, some of the UK has experienced a warm, dry, and sunny summer, and whilst this has many benefits, it has consequences and effects on our environment. Now that the weather has turned a little, but still with the possibility of an Indian summer, our team are preparing to advise further on ...
The Cleveland Pools Trust in Bath is England’s oldest lido dating back over 200 years, and APEM have been delighted to be able to provide their support.
As part of APEM’s continued growth strategy and geographical expansion, it has looked to Ireland to expand its footprint. The new office in Cork will provide a base to support Ireland’s growing green agenda.
APEM CEO Dr Adrian Williams shared his views on the impact of COVID-19 and how APEM has adapted in these challenging times in this insightful report.
APEM Limited, Europe’s leading environmental consultancy, has announced a clutch of senior appointments starting this August.
Figures just released for the financial year ending 31 December 2019 show a 13% increase in revenues to £11.3 million and improved profitability.
AMP7 bolsters APEM’s growth for the next 5 years and beyond with awards from clients including Southern Water, United Utilities, Yorkshire Water, Anglian Water and Welsh Water.
APEM have been awarded the contract to conduct aerial surveys for one the largest infrastructure projects in the UK.
Bristol Water has appointed APEM as one of a small number of suppliers on its AMP 7 Water Resource, Drought Planning & Environment Monitoring & Assessment Framework.
Southern Water are a key utility company that serves 4.6 million customers across Sussex, Kent, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
United Utilities has appointed APEM and partners as one of a number of suppliers on its AMP 7 Environmental Assessments Framework.
Yorkshire Water has appointed APEM and partners HIFI and Stantec as one of a small number of suppliers on its AMP 7 Environmental and Ecology Framework.
APEM’s Cash for Trash charity scheme celebrates its first anniversary.
APEM has been recognised as one of the top 30 UK environmental consulting firms.
For the tenth year running, APEM’s specialist phytoplankton laboratory has passed its annual audit by independent assessor, UKAS.
Last year we ran an internal photography competition for all our staff. The photos were put to a vote and the 12 monthly winners were put into a shortlist which was then judged by our marketing agency RMS.
We offer the opportunity for students to do work experience at APEM. Ethan joined us to learn what it’s lik...
APEM has been successful in winning a contract with Enterpize Energy, a low-carbon energy company, to undertake survey work in southern Vietnam.
APEM passed this year’s annual Achilles UVDB audit with outstanding results. APEM achieved almost full marks in each of the eight categories.
APEM’s specialist field operations department has exceeded the revenue target for 2019.
Southern Water appointed APEM Ltd to provide environmental monitoring and Ecological Clerk of Works services at the Smallbridge Pumping Station site in Kent.
APEM's Mark Barnett outlines the importance of natural capital in preserving the natural environment as well as the latest thinking and practical approaches for assessing value, whilst countering criticisms often leveled at the natural capital approach.
Nicola Hunter joined APEM Ltd in July 2019 to support the company’s expansion of services and capacity.
Quality assurance is vital to ensure the consistency and quality of marine biological data.
Since March 2019, APEM's field scientists have been collecting litter whilst out and about in rivers, undertaking surveys on behalf of Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water.
APEM Ltd succeeds in winning the NMBAQC scheme contract. APEM will administer the benthic invertebrate, particle size and fish components of the Scheme for the next four years.
Today is International Polychaete Day. A day to celebrate both polychaetes (also known as bristle worms) an...
ENVIRONMENTAL consultancy APEM has appointed a new Chairman as it prepares for growth following a management buyout in March.
We’re delighted to announce that APEM was named Consultancy of the Year at the Water Industry Awards.
During the hundreds of hours they spent surveying watercourses throughout the UK every year APEM’s field scientists have become accustomed to seeing the litter that blights our countryside and coasts.
Twenty-eight migratory trout have so far been caught on camera as they scale the fish pass at Llyn Cwellyn dam in North Wales, as a part of a project to assess fish pass performance.
WestBridge Capital has backed the management buyout of APEM Limited, Europe’s leading independent environmental consultancy specialising in the aquatic environment and remote sensing.
APEM has announced record revenue for 2018, passing the £10 million mark for the first time in the company’s 32 year history.
EDF Renewables UK has received consent from the Scottish government for an improved design for the Neart na Gaoithe offshore wind farm.
Ever wonder what happens to the eight million Christmas trees bought in the UK every year?
A ground-breaking new system for mapping natural capital in marine and coastal environments is being developed by APEM and Viridian Logic for Natural England.
For the ninth year running APEM’s specialist phytoplankton laboratory has passed its annual audit by independent assessor UKAS.
It has been a busy year for APEM associate consultant, Dr Les Ruse, who has contributed to two recently published papers.
Innovative research into how kittiwakes and auks behave in and around offshore wind farms has been shortlisted for a Scottish Green Energy Award, run by Scottish Renewables.
Detailed monthly surveys of offshore wildlife in the proposed Empire Wind offshore wind farm area off the coast of New York state have passed the half-way point.
Fisheries experts predict that the number of salmon in a Scottish fishery could increase by as much as 1,500 per year after water started flowing regularly in the River Garry for the first time in 60 years, following a landmark project supported by APEM.
Earlier this month, a massive, floating ‘plastic scooper’ left port in California for trials in the North Pacific Gyre, otherwise known as the Great Pacific garbage patch.
APEM’s digital aerial surveys have finished gathering detailed data on marine wildlife for a major wind farm off the coast of Scotland.
Nicola Teague, divisional director and head of fisheries, looks back at her career at APEM and how much of an impact her first ever project has had on her and the company.
APEM has completed offshore wildlife surveys for the proposed East Anglia ONE North and TWO wind farms, photographing a combined area of over 1,000 square kilometres.
For APEM’s water quality scientists the crack of the starter’s pistol at the European Championships in Glasgow tomorrow will signal not a start but an end to their hard work.
Hi-tech seabird and marine mammal surveys have been completed for offshore wind farm developer Vattenfall off the coast of Norfolk by digital aerial survey specialists, APEM.
A newly identified species of marine worm has been named after the director of APEM’s laboratories, David Hall, making him the second of the company’s taxonomists to be honoured with having a species named after him.
Europe’s most northerly chalk stream is being brought back to life as the centrepiece of a new town-centre park in Bridlington, Yorkshire, supported by APEM.
APEM has begun high-resolution aerial wildlife surveys at Orsted’s Race Bank offshore wind farm, which officially opened earlier this month.
A study carried out by APEM has been named data project of the year in the Water Industry Achievement Awards 2018.
Two APEM staff are celebrating career milestones after successfully gaining chartered status with the Chartered Institute of Water and Environmental Management.
APEM’s range of river restoration and hydrology services has been expanded and strengthened with the addition of three recent recruits who bring additional skills, experience and capacity.
The world’s largest and most detailed digital aerial survey of offshore marine and bird life has reached the halfway milestone, having already captured more than two million ultra-high resolution images.
After 32 years at the helm, APEM’s founder and managing director, Dr Keith Hendry, is stepping back from the day-to-day running of the company to take on a more strategic role as company chairman.
Strong growth at APEM saw turnover reach a record high of £9.53 million in 2017, the company has announced.
Can you tell the difference between the plastic microbead and the fish eggs in this picture?
APEM specialise in high quality digital aerial surveys for the water and offshore renewables industries.
As part of Invasive Species Week, we’re retelling the story of how Scottish Water cleared invasive signal crayfish from an entire reservoir, with help from APEM.
To mark the start of Invasive Species Week today, we’re traveling back six years to when APEM scientist Grant Ridley first confirmed that the so-called demon shrimp had arrived in the UK.
Changing the system of farming subsidies would help us to break the cycle of pollution and treatment that affects our rivers and waterways, says APEM's founder, Dr Keith Hendry.
With the recent public outcry over plastic pollution in our oceans and waterways, it’s good to know that APEM has been doing its bit for decades.
Remote sensing scientist, Mark Jowett, discusses his 15-years at APEM and how his fascination with maps has shaped his career.
An innovative new technique for measuring the height of birds in flight, developed by scientists at APEM, is set to ease concerns about the potential dangers of wind turbines for birds and lead to improved outcomes for developers of offshore wind farms.
Research recently released by scientists at APEM suggests that four times fewer Northern gannets collide with wind turbines than previously thought, in research gathered during aerial surveys using a world leading survey camera.
A scientist from APEM has identified a species of Mediterranean grass in a new location near Bristol while working on a river restoration project for Network Rail.
For the second year in a row one of APEM’s survey images has been selected for the prestigious Hexagon Geosystems calendar, which showcases superb images from around the world captured with cameras from renowned manufacturer, Leica.
The manager of our marine laboratory in Hertfordshire, Nic Pennisi, tells us why he's enjoying his job so much.
APEM associate director, Nicola Teague (second from left in picture), has been reappointed as chair of the Wales branch of the Institute of Fisheries Management.
Staff at our freshwater, phytoplankton and marine laboratories around the UK analysed over 3,500 samples in 2017, covering all aquatic habitats from mountain streams, canals and rivers, to open ocean and deep sea habitats in both UK waters and overseas.
For the last five years APEM has been carrying out annual aerial surveys on a tiny Hawaiian island for researchers at the US Navy.
Our field team is the largest of its kind in Europe and this year our field scientists again travelled tens of thousands of miles working on 228 projects in every corner of the UK, from the south coast to the highlands of Scotland.
After three decades as the UK’s leading aquatic science consultancy this year we passed a major milestone, working for all 11 water and wastewater companies in England, Scotland and Wales.
Five members of staff from APEM's aviation division recently headed to the local swimming pool armed with survival suits, life jackets and a six-person life raft.
The Mersey Gateway Bridge is one of the largest infrastructure projects in the UK outside London and its recent opening brought back proud memories for staff at APEM.
Scientists are looking forward to an unprecedented insight into offshore wildlife as advanced aerial surveys capture almost a million highly detailed photographs of a huge area off the coast of North and South Carolina.
Pete tells us about his 15 year career at APEM and how he rose to become an associate director and the head of our field teams, the largest of their kind in the UK.
Thousands of high resolution aerial images of the onshore cable route for Orsted's (formerly DONG Energy) proposed Hornsea Project Three offshore wind farm development – the largest in the world – have been captured by APEM.
APEM is celebrating after winning an award for our rapid growth in overseas business over the past five years.
APEM has achieved a perfect 100 per cent on its annual audit for the Achilles procurement qualification, beating even last year’s very high score.
One of APEM’s most experienced field scientists, Joe Allaby, has reached the west coast of America as he enjoys a six-month long sabbatical from work.
New research published in the journal River Research and Applications will help scientists to recommend more effective ways to mitigate the impacts of water abstraction and fine sediments on wildlife in rivers and streams, say researchers led by APEM.
Scientists from APEM’s field team arriving in Scotland to carry out a fish survey recently represented a distinctly multinational face of the company.
Major projects both in the UK and internationally during 2017 brought the number of aerial surveys we have successfully completed to over 1,500 in less than ten years.
APEM’s aviation team recently helped the CBBC programme, Marrying Mum and Dad, to deliver the perfect wedding day for their latest ‘victims’, courtesy of “IndiAmelia Airways.”
APEM has completed the first of three years of aerial surveys of birds and marine mammals on behalf of the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA).
An invasive non-native species of crustacean, the Japanese brush-clawed crab, has been present in the UK for years longer than previously thought and in far greater numbers, according to new research by APEM’s Dr Chris Ashelby.
It's summer and some of Britain’s most beautiful coastline is being photographed by APEM's specialist survey aircraft and high resolution camera system.
With the summer sporting season in full swing, APEM has been carrying out regular water quality monitoring at one of the UK’s top triathlon venues, Trifarm.
APEM has completed detailed aerial surveys of over 350 km of water supply pipes across two networks belonging to Scottish Water.
Scientists from APEM have been using last year’s Christmas trees to gather fish eggs from Salford Quays, as part of measures to ensure that a range of fish species continue to thrive in the cleaned up docks.
APEM has won an award for one of five posters we created for the world’s largest offshore wind power conference, Offshore Wind Europe, in London.
Dr Stuart Clough reflects on a winning pitch to a real life Dragons’ Den at the Institute of Water's recent innovation event in Middlesbrough.
Four of APEM’s senior managers have reached major milestones in their careers, marking a combined total of 75 years’ service with the company.
APEM scientists Dr Kevin Jones and Damien Hicks recently ran an entomological and botanical workshop at Edinburgh Zoo for the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland and the Field Studies Council.
A type of fish leech, Piscicola siddalli, has been identified in water samples from Wales for the first time, say experts from APEM.
Dwr Cymru Welsh Water has praised APEM’s role in the largest programme of scientific coastal investigation work ever undertaken in Wales, naming us among the capital delivery alliance’s Team of the Month.
APEM has completed new high-resolution aerial surveys of birds and marine mammals in Carmarthen Bay special protection area on behalf of Natural Resources Wales.
APEM has added to its expertise in offshore bird and marine mammal surveys by offering innovative new ways to map onshore cable corridors.
APEM has been flying monthly aerial surveys of Vattenfall’s proposed Norfolk Boreas offshore wind farm area since August 2016, gathering ultra-high resolution data on birds and marine mammals.
After three decades as the UK’s leading aquatic science consultancy, APEM recently passed the milestone of working for all 11 water and wastewater companies in England, Scotland and Wales.
Marine mammals were the focus of a recent workshop for government regulators, wind farm developers and wildlife bodies, hosted by APEM at our Manchester head office.
With the New Year comes new calendars and for aerial survey experts one of the most eagerly awaited is produced by Leica, the famous camera and sensor maker.
Over 2,000 fish have been relocated from Scotland’s historic Union Canal by experts from APEM’s field team, on behalf of Scottish Canals.
To keep athletes safe from waterborne pathogens at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, APEM and our partners turned to innovative techniques.
January 2017 marks 30 years since the founding of APEM as a campus start-up company in Manchester University. In those early first days, camped in an academic’s office with only occasional access to a telephone, it was unimaginable to see the company as it is today – 140 staff across nine locatio...
APEM will provide hydro-ecological consultancy for South Staffs Water and Cambridge Water after securing a framework contract alongside partner company ESI.
Our marine and freshwater laboratories enjoyed a year of success working on projects the length and breadth of the UK and around the world, including for the prestigious NE Atlantic Marine Biological Analytical Quality Control scheme.
The world’s largest and most detailed digital aerial surveys of offshore wildlife have begun off the coast of New York state and have already captured remarkable images of birds, whales, dolphins, sharks, sea turtles and fish.
From the largest ever programme of coastal surveys in Wales, to ecological monitoring in East Anglia and lagoon surveys in Scotland, 2016 was a busy year for APEM's field teams, aquatic consultants and laboratory experts.
In 2016 we started the world’s largest ever offshore digital aerial survey for birds, marine mammals, turtles and fish off the East coast of the US, covering an area twice the size of Wales on a quarterly basis.
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Invasive non-native species are one of the greatest threats to biodiversity in the UK.
Staff from APEM and the National Museum of Scotland have surveyed almost 100 lagoons and potential lagoons in Scotland’s Western Isles, on behalf of Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH).
APEM has passed its annual audit for the Achilles procurement qualification system with flying colours, achieving a near perfect score over the two elements.
Sean Sweeney of our ornithology team is based at our office at Hawarden airport, near Chester. So not the obvious place for a spot of bird watching, you might think. But you’d be wrong – Sean has spotted over one hundred bird species near the office.
Experts in marine taxonomy from around the UK and internationally met this month at a workshop organised by APEM, on the Isle of Cumbrae, as part of the NE Atlantic Marine Biological Analytical Quality Control scheme.
APEM’s laboratories have recently secured a number of prestigious contract wins for environmental regulators throughout the UK.
Fisheries experts from APEM have helped to update important environmental guidance covering the monitoring of spined loach on conservation areas.
Work to install fish passes and remove barriers to fish migration on the River Worfe catchment has won second prize in the poster competition at this year’s annual conference of the Institute of Fisheries Management.
ScottishPower Renewables has appointed aerial survey specialists APEM to carry out ultra-high resolution bird and marine mammal surveys of its proposed East Anglia ONE North area.
APEM is exhibiting its ultra-high resolution aerial survey services for the offshore and onshore wind industries at the world’s largest wind energy conference, WindEnergy, being held in Hamburg.
Innovative new techniques developed by APEM are being used to tackle fine sediment pollution in rivers, says the company’s head of hydro-ecology.
Record turnover in 2015 reached £8.4 million on growth of 16 per cent, APEM has announced.
Representatives from across the UK water industry met recently to discuss some of the challenges currently facing the sector, at an event organised by ESI Ltd and supported by APEM.
APEM has contributed to new research that confirms the value of ultra-high resolution aerial surveys for counting seabirds and mapping their distribution.
APEM will carry out an initial first year of post-construction aerial surveys at the world’s second largest offshore wind farm, off the coast of North Wales.
This summer volunteers from food processing company, Cargill, will join staff from APEM aboard the Irwell Pride litter boat to help clean up the River Irwell.
Construction is set to begin next year on the £2.6 billion Beatrice offshore windfarm in Scotland’s Moray Firth, for which APEM provided extensive marine benthic surveys.
Three fish passes have been installed and two weirs removed on the River Worfe in Shropshire, as part of efforts to make it easier for fish and other species to move throughout the catchment.
Vattenfall has contracted aerial survey specialists APEM to provide ultra-high resolution bird and marine mammal surveys for its Norfolk Vanguard West site, using its new state-of-the-art camera system.
Work on this year’s NE Atlantic Marine Biological Analytical Quality Control Scheme has been completed on time, to a new more rigorous schedule, two years after APEM took over running components of the prestigious scheme.
APEM has joined with ESI Consulting and Hydrologic Services to secure a leading role in delivering Severn Trent Water's commitments to water resource management.
APEM is leading detailed environmental surveys of the Welsh coast as part of the largest programme of scientific coastal investigation work ever undertaken by Dwr Cymru Welsh Water (DCWW).
Anglian Water has commissioned APEM to undertake a two-year programme of ecological monitoring, river flow gauging and water quality sampling at almost 100 sites across Eastern England, as part of their Water Resources National Environment Programme.
Aerial survey specialist APEM will complete a final survey over Vattenfall’s Norfolk Vanguard East site this month, as part of an eight month project to gather data on birds and marine mammals in the area.
The winter of 2015 saw northern parts of Britain battered by storms that unleashed record breaking rainfall...