Within a BioRemediation contract HBR Ltd were required to build two insitu BioPad cells for the treatment of contaminated soils.
British Gypsum hold bulk stockpiles of DSG material across a number of their UK manufacturing facilities.
As a key inventory component of their manufacturing process the DSG material must be kept dry and protected from the harsh British weather, additionally as outside stored inventory there is also an environmental obligation to prevent wind blown dust and pile material leaching.
Further to successfully completing the supply and installation of two previous attenuation pond lining systems for this client we were tasked to supply and install a suitable attenuation pond lining system at the Ince Biomass site.
Peacock Salt Ltd manage the maintenance of the Highway Agency’s resilience salt stocks throughout the UK.
Part of the maintenance contract is the covering of exposed salt piles to protect the stock from weather erosion.
HBB were awarded the contract to supply and install our Reusable Salt Pile cover system on all 8 piles.
HBB were awarded the contract to supply and install our Reusable Salt Pile Cover System as well as three additional site mobilisations to remove sections of the cover during the winter period allowing Council staff to access the salt pile as required.
The client was temporary capping a 10 000m2 area of ‘open’ landfill, with our Cover 240 to prevent surface water ingress and control gas emissions.An appropriate anchor system was sought to prevent potential wind displacement and damage to Cover Up 240, which is a relatively lightweight geo-membrane.
The designer, SLR Consulting Ltd (Dr Darren Keogh), were tasked with designing a final capping structure to cap off approximately 15 000m2 of completed landfill.
SITA UK Engineers were tasked with designing a temporary capping structure on a connecting slope interphase from an existing cell into the connecting bund of a new cell. The gradient of the slope was approximately 1:2 with a total slope area of 25 260m2.
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