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A new webcam has gone live to show progress on the Arsenal football stadium project in north London. Live images will show on Arsenal. com between 8am and 6pm and the camera will also record a still image every 10 minutes, to be used for an eventual time-lapse film of the work. The £357M stadium is being built by Sir Robert McAlpine.

British Water has published a code of practice for sizing small wastewater treatment plants. The code, produced by the treatment plant focus group, sets out loading criteria for all systems as well as guidance on assessing load types and advice on best practice. It is intended to ensure current consents are reached and plants not undersized, says British Water.

The Concrete Centre, supported by the cement and ready mix industry, has hit back at the recent structural steel advertising campaign, claiming its figures on costs to be 'misleading'. Figures do not reflect recent steel price increases and the steel designs used are more refined than the concrete designs used for comparison, claimed Concrete Centre chief executive Ian Cox.

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