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2014may

Progress on major lining project

May 2014 Works on the major landfill capping liner project in Essex have continued after the spell of bad weather. The extra installation teams have been sent to site to ensure the project stays ahead of schedule. The internal roof lining of three anaerobic digestion tanks in Jersey has been completed with a final mobilisation […]

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Wargrave agricultural water storage lagoon.

New projects underway in Jersey and Essex

April 2014 Enviroseal commenced work on the internal lining of three anaerobic digestion tanks in Jersey. The technical department worked closely with the main contractor during the pre-contract stage to develop the design for sealing around a number of protrusions in both the wall and roof. The project is expected to be completed during the […]

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2014march

New projects in UK, Ireland and Malta

March 2014 The installation of the lining system to the anaerobic digestion basin in Scotland is due to be completed over the next couple of week. Enviroseal where awarded an additional package of works on the site and are still on target to complete the installation of the geosynthetics ahead of programme. Projects on site […]

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2014february

New contracts in Scotland, Jersey and Surrey

February 2014 Work starts this month on the lining of a new anaerobic digestion basin in Scotland. The project, for one of the world’s best known distilleries, has involved a number of custom-made components being designed and fabricated before work on site commences. Enviroseal have also secured a project to install an internal tank liner […]

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2014january

Enviroseal wins SAFECONTRACTOR accreditation

January 2014 A bright start to 2014 has seen Enviroseal add to the extensive list of accreditations by becoming accredited to Safecontractor. Safecontractor is a leading third party accreditation scheme which recognises very high standards in health and safety management amongst UK contractors. Safecontractor accreditation will enhance the company’s ability to attract new contracts and […]

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2013december

Busy end to 2013

December 2013 Enviroseal finished the year on a high note by commencing works to install reed bed liners on two waste water treatment beds in Hereford, a four layered gas membrane system and pile cap seals in Kent and completed the installation of a 18,000m2 reservoir liner in Reading. We also secured a number of […]

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On-shore Oil and Gas platform liner

November 2013 Enviroseal’s work in the oil and gas sector has continued to develop with the installation of a liner to the base of a new on-shore drilling platform. The works required mechanical fixing of the materials to several concrete structures and the fabrication of bespoke fittings for sealing to a series of large manhole. […]

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Leakage Detection System

October 2013 Another leakage detection system for an anaerobic digestion lagoon was installed and commissioned by the lining division. The system was again designed by Enviroseal’s technical department and approved by the Environment Agency prior to installation. The two layered geosynthetic system, which included a 2mm HDPE geomembrane, incorporated a network of pipes and a […]

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Victorian Aquaduct repair

September 2013 A slightly unusual but highly complex project was completed during September by the lining division. The project was to provide a permanent solution to repair a leaking Victorian, cast iron, aquaduct on the river Colne. The flow of the river was diverted over one half of the aquaduct while works to seal the […]

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Anaerobic Digestion carbon Filter

August 2013 In August the lining division installed a geomembrane for a temporary diversion of the river Arrow in Worcestershire. Working closely with the main contractor Enviroseal provided input not only on the specification and installation of the liner for the river diversion but on the shape and size of the diversion. This allowed the […]

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