May 2010

The team has almost completed the sheet pile wall between the river and the contaminated lagoons. This means the northern floodplain area of the site is safe for excavation, allowing the removal of sediment from the lagoons. The thermal plant assembly has continued with good progress, and work began on the water treatment plant foundations. The bio-remediation area has been prepared, where microscopic organisms will feed on the hydrocarbon pollutants in the soil, breaking them down into carbon dioxide and water.

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View of temporary bridge across the Rother and the coffer dam to ensure the area near the river is safe for excavation
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Wailings and strots for coffer dam (sheet pile wall)

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Part of the sheet pile wall at the northern floodplain area 

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Contaminants on surface of river Rother

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Water treatment plant foundations

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Heat exchanger for the thermal desorption plant


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Output area of thermal desorption plant

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Conveyor to move material to heat treatment area

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Cyclones in thermal treatment plant

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Chimney stack of thermal desorption plant

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Concreting of thermal plant output bins