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SLR is a leading international environmental consultancy with an unrivalled reputation for providing high quality tailored services.

With offices in Europe, North America, Australasia, and Africa, SLR is one of a very small number of truly international specialist environmental consultancies. We provide global consultancy advice and support on a wide range of strategic and site-specific issues to a diverse and growing base of business, regulatory and governmental clients.

SLR is an environmental consultancy that specialises in the energy, mining & minerals, waste management, planning & development, infrastructure and industrial sectors. We also provide expert sustainability advice and project management support that spans all of these sectors.

http://www.slrconsulting.com/

Hamish Wilson - Principal: also President PESGB
Mr Wilson was previously founder and managing director of Paras Consulting, which was acquired by RPS Energy in October 2008. He worked as an exploration geologist at BP covering the North Sea, South East Asia and Alaska, and then became BP's project manager of corporate database development.
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