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Work to build a £9 million mine water treatment scheme that will reduce harmful metal pollution in rivers in the North East and Cumbria is nearing completion.
A project to reduce the amount of metal waste from former lead mines near Garrigill in Cumbria from polluting Garrigill Burn is complete.
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.
Documents from the Coal Authority to Merthyr (South Wales) Ltd.
The Coal Authority has started work to restore a previously ancient woodland in County Durham as part of its nature recovery work.
Coal Authority confirmed as a significant player in the response to emergencies and incidents on the coalfield – on which 25% of people in Great Britain reside.
We are pleased to announce that Bev Smith, Non-executive Director for the Coal Authority, will take up the role in April 2023.
Major coal mining subsidence in Ayrshire, Scotland requires permanent safety solution.
Coal Authority steps in after subsidence damages homes in Kirkcaldy, Scotland.
Project in Wales will ensure excess mine water from prolonged rainfall is collected to keep properties safe.
Switch to solar energy shows the Coal Authority remains committed to driving down environmental and financial costs of mine water treatment schemes.
The Coal Authority is applying a zero waste method to the disposal of its reed bed cuttings by composting the material to divert it away from landfill sites.
Jeff has a varied Chair and non-executive portfolio across private, public, and third sector organisations.
Paints launched at the Coal Authority's Six Bells mine water treatment scheme in South Wales.
Ochre from mine water treatment schemes used to treat soil contaminated with arsenic at Mersey Gateway
The British Geological Survey and Coal Authority have released maps that for the first time reveal the extent to which heat is stored in Britain’s abandoned coal mines.
Work at scheduled monument saves important reminder of industrial past and cuts pollution of the River West Allen.
Preventing pollution from an abandoned metal mine in Cornwall.
The Coal Authority’s mine water treatment scheme design and build framework is a key part of our strategy to prevent water pollution from historical coal mines.
The Environment Agency and Coal Authority has started work on Nent Haggs Mine Water Treatment Scheme to address a harmful legacy of the industrial revolution.
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