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Not a drop of water 6m below sea level!

Six meters below sea level and a bone dry basement floor! Thanks to Verde Environmental Consultants Dewatering Manager Aidan Murphy's ongoing dewatering operations at Barrow street, Dublin 4 on behalf of main contractor John Sisk & Son Ltd.
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Irish Water propose dewatering facilities upgrade at its Beleek WasteWater Treatment Plant

Senator Michelle Mulherin has challenged Irish Water to come clean on its plans for its Ballina Waste Water Treatment plant at Belleek amid concerns in the town that there are moves underway to develop the site as a sludge hub for Mayo. Following a meeting between Irish Water and public representatives in Ballina on Monday, Senator Mulherin said there were still a lot of unanswered questions even...
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Major considerations for any Dewatering Project

Weather and environment Each site’s dewatering requirements vary and present unique challenges, with environmental and geological considerations, as well as local climatic variations. Differences in weather conditions and environmental changes can have a significant effect on an operation.  From the outback of Australia where water is scarce, the recovery of water is desperately required com...
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Multi-level solutions for deep pit dewatering

The deeper the pit, the more difficult the dewatering process: When conventional pumps reach their limits, often only a multi-level solution can help. The global race to secure scarce resources is well underway. Deposits are now being mined that could not have been reached or were not economically viable a few years ago.  Also, infrastructure projects are becoming increasingly ambitious, which ...
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Ongoing Goundwater Dewatering and Treatment on Dublin construction site

Verde's dewatering tank undertaking ongoing groundwater dewatering and treatment on a construction site in Dublin where the main basement dig is underway. Verde provide dewatering services to construction projects where there is a requirement to pump, treat and dispose of waters offsite, allowing for works to be carried out in a safe, dry and environmentally compliant manner. High groundwat...
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Verde’s Dewatering Service flying high!

Verde's Dewatering Service flying high! Verde provide dewatering services to construction projects where there is a requirement to pump, treat and dispose of waters offsite, allowing for works to be carried out in a safe, dry and environmentally compliant manner. High groundwater levels and surface water run off generally need to be pumped to a suitable treatment system, from where it is tr...
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Verde employs two of the five fastest-growing ‘green’ jobs

The Earth's climate has changed throughout history and, in recent decades, scientists have concluded that the planet is currently going through an era of warming.  There is near-consensus that the latest rise in average temperatures, along with a shift in weather patterns, is in at least part attributable to human activity that has pushed an excess of carbon into the atmosphere. A global drive ...
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Installing a dewatering well

Verde Environmental Consultants on-site in Dublin installing a dewatering well. This is the first step in a dewatering setup. Once the well is in place, the next step is installing pumps in the wells.       Verde Environmental Consultants provide dewatering services to construction projects where there is a requirement to pump, treat and dispose of waters offsite,...
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48% of European Rivers are exposed to Hydromorphological pressures.

48% of European Rivers are exposed to Hydromorphological pressures - Source: EC Environment. Hydromorphology considers the physical character and water content of water bodies. Good hydromorphological conditions support aquatic ecosystems (i.e. hydromorphological elements such as water flow and substrate provide physical habitat for biota such as fish, invertebrates and aquatic macrophytes). W...
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