Jubilee Park Remediation and Infrastructure
PROJECT OUTLINE In 2012, Walters acquired the 40 hectares site of the of former Novelis Aluminium Works in Rogerstone, South Wales. Working closely and collaboratively with a team of specialist consultants, we obtained outline planning permission for the site within 1 year from acquisition. This was despite significant risks associated with the sites former use, […]
Walters score full marks on complex landfill capping scheme
Due to increased UK wide recycling targets, the Lamby way operation continued several years past its expected operational period. Having finally reached capacity, Walters were selected to carry out the final capping phase – marking the end of the landfill process at Lamby way.
Trecatti Landfill Site Works – South Wales
The Trecatti landfill project site is situated in what is now a disused open cast mining facility. This has been the location of a numerous successful Walters projects over a number of years, the first of which was completed in 1993. This 10 million m3 site is regarded as one of the most exposed landfills in the country, as such it’s subject to severe weather conditions, adding challenges to any attempt to undertake works.
Tir John Landfill Site (Swansea) – Remediation
The Tir John landfill project (near Swansea) required Walters to work closely with landfill project designer Jacobs Engineering Limited, who had divided this scheme into two sections. The first stage of the project was capping works to remediate a used landfill area; this involved site clearance, surface water drainage and the installation of leachate drains.
£100m Housing Regeneration Scheme Cardiff
The Ely Bridge Development Company (in partnership with Welsh Government) purchased the site of the former Arjo Wiggins Paper Mill in Ely, Cardiff with the intention to create a new urban village. The existing site had a heavy industrial past and asbestos and heavy metals contamination had been identified.
Monmouthshire Bank Rail Yard remediation
The former Monmouthshire Bank Railway Sidings is a 20 hectare site, located southwest of Newport City Centre being developed to accommodate 575 homes. Reclamation and remediation work was necessary to remove all potential obstructions and to treat Japanese Knotweed and contamination in soils and ground water. Treated soils had to be placed as engineering fill to provide the platform for
housing development and the major infrastructure necessary to access and serve it.