Carbon reduction case study: Sandford Bridge
Construction carbon calculator case study showing carbon reduction.
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This highlights actions we’re taking to reduce our carbon footprint within the Environment Agency, including benefits and lessons learnt.
Sandford Bridge project (£380,000) spans the Sandford Lock bypass channel on the River Thames. The bridge is primarily used for access to the lock house and the lock structure. The aim of the bridge refurbishment was to increase the carrying capacity from 3 to 18 tonnes.