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ICE news

The Professional Associations Research Network is seeking members who are willing to be interviewed for research into the complaints and disciplinary procedures of professional associations.

Interviews will be by telephone and will last about 30 minutes.

All information will be treated as confidential, and may be provided anonymously if required. Willing volunteers should contact David Watts (0117) 954 5696 or email dch. watts@bris. ac. uk.

Engineers and regulators urgently need to re-evaluate the public health risk from naturally occurring arsenic in UK soils, the November issue of ICE journal Civil Engineering has warned. The journal reports on a recent survey in north east England by the British Geological Survey which found natural arsenic levels up to 10 times higher than government guideline levels. Summaries of all papers can be read at www. ice. org. uk/jol.

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