Offering a GREEN to GREEN management operation, from soil stripping (Operations only strip top soils and sub soils to the depths agreed in the planning consent. Agricultural top soil is normally laid to a depth from 20 to 40 centimeters, but maybe less. Sub soil to be removed is normally 1.2 metres below original ground surface), bunding construction, rock, shale, clay and material extraction with soil/environment re-instating.
Prince of Wales, Pontefract:
Principle Contractor since 2013 extracting 120,000 tons per annum of pond fines including a 91,770m2 restoration programme
2017 Opencast overburden soil strip for National Quarrying company
Melton Ross, North Lincolnshire:
Overburden strip and quarry extraction with crushing facility of over 80,000 tons of material down to required size
Nationally for a major UK brick manufacturer:
Acquired a 3 year contract on numerous sites for the brick shale extraction and providing stock-piles where it is tipped and levelled and it is usual practice to layer a stockpile with different types of clay won from different parts of the quarry to ensure a critical consistency.
Well Hill Opencast Project, Northumberland:
Principle contractor for GREEN to GREEN with noise & dust sensitive to neighbours operation, including Overburden soil strip, Opencast coal extraction of approx. 145,000 tons over 2.5 years, Opencast land re-instating restoration returned to original use, including pond formation & site drainage
Quarry stone extraction of shale of which is then stored to relevant stockpiles. Shale from those stockpiles are then constructed into recipe layers of different types of shale to ensure consistency.