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24 August 2023 — Press release
A project to reduce the amount of metal waste from former lead mines near Garrigill in Cumbria from polluting Garrigill Burn is complete.
26 July 2023 — News story
A team of divers have completed work to offshore pipes at the Dawdon mine water treatment scheme as part of a major marine civil engineering project.
8 June 2023 — Press release
The Coal Authority has started work to restore a previously ancient woodland in County Durham as part of its nature recovery work.
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