Monthly Archives: February 2013

Are they taking the pi$$?

This afternoon saw the devastation of the North embankment reedbed by a digger on a spud barge. The aftermath looked like a tsunami had hit rattlechain lagoon with vegetative debris scattered everywhere. In addition some of the barrels that got … Continue reading

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P4 AND THE BEACH

      ¬†   Today saw the removal of “the beach area” pipe. Clearly visible during the excavation of material in this area were plumes of white phosphorus pentoxide springing up as the white phosphorus that has lain dormant … Continue reading

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And here come the Belgians!

With work¬†scheduled to start on the lagoon area on January 28th, it appears to have got underway week commencing 2oth February. The arrival of several containers and machinery on site which have obviously been noted, not least by the Tipton … Continue reading

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