Geothermal energy from abandoned coal mines is a zero carbon, sustainable heat source, which under the right conditions can compete with public supply gas prices.
When submitting a planning application within a high risk area you are likely to need to submit a Coal Mining Risk Assessment as part of your planning application.
The ability to remediate ground affected by the impacts of mining requires a specialist understanding of ground conditions and the application of engineering principles in order to provide ground suitable for development.
We provide expert advice and assistance to help developers understand and investigate the risks of past mining.
We are the experts at delivering projects where mining activities have taken place or are currently ongoing.
We have expertise in the long term management of the risks associated with tips and delivering inspection programmes to mitigate these risks.
Through the experience gained in monitoring our extensive mine water treatment scheme portfolio we are expertly placed to meet your water monitoring needs.
Our ochre is ideal for use in ground remediation projects to immobilise contaminants – such as phosphate, arsenic, lead and manganese.
We have successfully been managing water levels across Britain for over 20 years and we can deliver the most cost-effective methods for managing water.
Using our unrivalled and unique database of coal mine water geochemistry we can help you to achieve the characterisation of any mine water across Britain.