ADAS UK Ltd
ADAS provides ideas, specialist knowledge and solutions that secure our food and enhance the environment. Our core disciplines of crops, livestock, environment and waste focus on the interaction of man with the natural environment to ensure its future sustainability. ADAS' strong science base combined with a range of highly experienced consultants gives us a unique mixture of insight and practical experience which allows us to deliver the real and sustainable solutions our clients need. The integration of our core agricultural, land, resource and environmental management skills means we are closely aligned with the key issues facing our clients - food security, climate change, environmental compliance and the sustainable use of resources. ADAS' great strength is the breadth and depth of expertise demonstrated every day by more than 600 specialists operating from a network of offices and research sites throughout the UK and Ireland. We are a national company with local knowledge that is flexible and responsive to our clients' needs. This is supported by all of the health and safety, environment and quality systems you would expect of a key player in the agricultural and environmental industries. This combined with our strong, independent and recognisable brand, means you are in a safe pair of hands. Hands that have a hard-earned reputation for delivering solutions that benefit the environment and improve our clients' business performance.
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New A+ Service Keeps You In The Loop
ADAS, the UK's leading environmental consultancy, has launched a new microsite to enable users to keep up-to-date with sector specific environmental news, announcements and events - and is giving away more than £2,000 worth of prizes to celebrate.
Launched in direct response to client demand, ADAS Plus, or A+, will complement the existing ADAS website with a comprehensive information-based research tool, enabling visitors to identify environmental news, comment and debate which is specific to their sector or areas of particular interest.
The microsite will be regularly updated by consultants, many of them leading experts in their field, with current news, legislation, 'hot' seasonal topics, white papers and a full calendar of environment-related events specific to each sector. All information is presented in an easily digestible, sector-specific format - keeping clients up-to-date but without bombarding them with irrelevant information.
Visitors can access information according to ADAS services, currently categorised into agriculture, water, land and vegetation, waste management and animal health and welfare (AHW), or choose from pages relating to their 'community' to read about particular issues and best-practice solutions relating to their sector. More services and communities will be added to the site over the coming months.
Currently featuring updates on leading ADAS projects and research, the microsite is still being uploaded with information and will soon also include related stories, events and legislative updates, along with an archive of white papers and key environmental publications.
Visitors will also have the option of registering for free in order to receive personalised updates, tailored to their sector, delivered directly to their inboxes. A full, quarterly update will be offered, along with ad-hoc email alerts with updates on key legislation and announcements.
Martin Buckland, Director of Sales and Marketing for the Environment Group at ADAS, explains: "There is an incredible amount of information available on the internet and it is a full-time job trying to keep up-to-date with news and events that are relevant to your sector. ADAS is responding to demand for a tool which can sift through this information and identify only the most important information and that which is likely to be of interest.
"The new A+ website does all the searching for you. Users can register so that they only receive information which is specific to their area of interest, as well as staying informed about the policy forming and leading research conducted by ADAS."
To celebrate the launch of the new microsite, ADAS is running a competition with more than £2,000 worth of prizes available. Visitors who register on the microsite between the 1st May and the 12th June will automatically be entered into a free draw to win a prize of their choice.
The winner can choose between:
For your chance to win one of these prizes, register at: http://aplus.adas.co.uk
The microsite can also be accessed via the main ADAS website: www.adas.co.uk
For further information please email ADAS UK Ltd