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Main stabilisation work


The £154.6M scheme to stabilise the Combe Down mines will use a combination of four solutions depending on circumstances. These comprise foam concrete for mines within a major aquifer, limestone aggregate for the eastern part of Firs mine that in uences the area's drainage characteristics, marine washed sand to infill areas of archaeological importance and structural support for mines that have bat colonies.

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