Work is well advanced now and we are begining to look at finishing off on site. All the new tanks have been completed and should be commissioned for use very soon. We are now doing concrete work around the tanks, building the access road and then will start reinstatement; putting down grass seed and landscaping. The mound of earth that is blocking the view of the sewage works from the river will remain in place and will be allowed to grow wild, creating wildlife space and improving the view over the site.
Note the pile of wood: since the project started the site team have tried to reduce our impact on the local environment, we have been recycling all our clean scrap wood with Community Wood Recycling http://www.welovewood.org/ a local not for profit organisation who create work and volunteering opportunities for local people and recycle scrap wood that would go to landfill into saleable items or firewood. Along with off site construction, which has reduced mess and waste, and careful reinstatement we have greatly reduced the environmental impact of our work here.