Enviroseal introduces EnviroTank

After substantial development and testing Enviroseal are delighted to announce the launch of the EnviroTank. The EnviroTank is a temporary or permanent storage solution for all kind liquids including water, slurry, fertilizer, leachate and digestate. It can also be used as an additional gas store for anaerobic digestion. The EnviroTank is made of ultra-¬¨flexible polyethylene […]

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Nottingham Golf Course

Enviroseal secure new blue chip client

May 2015 Enviroseal have continued the extensive number of projects in the anaerobic digestion sector this month by lining several storage tanks across the UK to provide secondary containment and leakage detection. We have also secured works to line tank bunds on other AD projects as well as digestiate storage lagoons. The liner for a […]

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anaerobic digestion plant

Enviroseal take the lead in AD design

April 2015 The design team at Enviroseal have been working closely with our client and his engineers this month to develop a geosynthetic system for lining a new anaerobic digestion plant in Andover. The project requires a geosynthetic leakage detection system, secondary containment and below ground insulation. We have also worked with our pipe division […]

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New work for March

March 2015 Enviroseal have completed two of the three attenuation ponds on new industrial estate near Kettering. Our scope was also extended to line a 480Lmv ditch on the site. The technicians have also completed the installation of a substantial slurry lagoon liner in Shropshire on a site that we have worked on for a […]

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Devon, Exeter and Norfolk

February 2015 Enviroseal completed the lining of the cell for the storage of contaminated soils near Guernsey Airport. The works on the brownfield site are due to be completed during a second visit in April to cap the cell. Works also started on the lining of three attenuation ponds on new industrial estate near Kettering. […]

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Guernsey Airport

January 2015 The new year saw the continuation of poor weather across the country but despite this several projects started or continued on site including the lining of the concrete condensate traps in Scotland, the lining of the tailings area on the mining project in Devon and the lining of several anaerobic digestion tanks. Enviroseal […]

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Enviroseal’s New Home

December 2014 The company completed the move to the new Enviroseal Business Centre before the end of the year. The premises are located less than half a mile away from our previous location and allow the company to continue our expansion. The building also contains a number of separate office facilities which we are to […]

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Work in Scotland and Essex

November 2014 The lining of the concrete condensate traps in Scotland was completed with an order for a further one received to be completed next month. We have also secured a project in Essex that will involve the Civils Division and the Lining Division creating a storage pond on a large Anaerobic Digestion site. Works […]

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Multi-Layer Geosynthetic Leakage Detection

October 2014 Enviroseal installed, tested and successfully commissioned the multi-layer geosynthetic leakage detection system to the lagoon near Leeds. The scope also included a network of leakage detection and monitoring pipes inside the lagoon. The technicians installed and tested a geomembrane for a slightly unusual application in Wales. The membrane has been installed to the […]

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New projects

September 2014 The technicians have completed the works on the project to install the lining system to the base of a new on-shore drilling platform in the North West. The two layer leakage detection system to the lagoon in Salisbury has also been tested and handed over to the client. Enviroseal have secured works to […]

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