Enviroseal secure highly prestigious project

June 2014

Enviroseal have secured lining works as part of a £130m project on the edge of Dartmoor. The works are part of the UK’s first new metal mine to open in more than 40 years. Enviroseal will supply, install and test nearly 200,000m2 of geosynthetics to the tailings area on this highly environmentally sensitive project. Once completed and operational the mine will be the third or fourth largest tungsten mine in the world.

The lining of the anaerobic digestion tanks in Jersey has been completed. The client extended our scope on the project due to the exceptionally high standard of work produced by the technicians. This included the bespoke fabrication and installation on site of several HDPE gaskets and the completion of steel works both inside and outside of the tanks.

Alongside this the technicians have been working on several ongoing landfill capping liner installation projects, a landfill cell basal liner installation, several projects in the anaerobic digestion sector, lining for attenuation boxes on a new housing estate and a lake liner for a private client which includes the formation of a feature island in the middle of the lake.

Due to the consistently increasing work load Enviroseal have taken on several new technicians and plant drivers. This will ensure we continue to meet or exceed our clients’ expectations both in terms of quality and meeting programme deadlines.

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