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Cleaning up concrete waste

4Nuttall Plant has taken delivery of its first liveried roadside concrete washwater (RCW) treatment unit from Siltbuster. The RCW captures and treats high pH water generated by washing down concrete truck chutes, and neutralises the high alkaline content prior to discharge.

 The unit has been supplied in Bam ‘s corporate colours and will initially be located on a site near Lewes in East Sussex, where 30,000m3 of concrete is being handled.

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