The continued good weather has meant Enviroseal have been extremely busy across all sectors of the industry installing liners to lakes, reservoirs, landfill site, anaerobic digestion, slurry lagoons, water irrigation lagoons. wildlife ponds, land remediation and mining.
We have completed stage 3.1 of the lining system on the tailings dam at Hemerdon Tungsten Mine. This is the first of two phases during 2018 and involved an extension to the basal area of 37,500m2 installing 2.0mm HDPE and GCL.
Phase 3 of the large land remediation project at Haulbowline Island in Cork was been completed with the installation of 41,000m2 of 2.0mm HDPE and geocomposite drainage material. Enviroseal have been working closely with PJ Hegarty, the main contractor, to ensure that the project is delivered ahead of schedule and would like to thank them for there assistance. We hope to add a video of the works added to our website soon.
Enviroseal successfully completed the lining of two digestate storage lagoons in the at anerobic digestion plants in the north east. In Driffield we installed 10,000m2 of 2.0mm HDPE and a floating cover to the lagoon. We will be returning later in the summer to line an 8,000m2 water storage lagoon on the site. In Gainsborough we installed 12,000m2 of 2.0mm HDPE with GCL as secondary containment to the lagoon. Enviroseal also designed and installed an aeration system for the lagoon and a 1.0mm JHDPE floating cover. These projects both had critical deadlines for the clients and where delivered ahead of schedule.
Amongst our other works completed in the last couple of months are two lakes for a private client in Chester. The lakes where lined with 1.0mm LLDPE and a protection layer of geotextile below. In Hesketh Bank near Preston Enviroseal lined two water storage lagoons for salad growers with a further lagoon due later in the summer. A number of storage lagoons in the agricultural sector where handed over including a 3,000m2 slurry lagoon in Crewe lined in 2.0mm HDPE.