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Report to the Trustees December 2018

The Trust has had another busy quarter: again demonstrating its diversity of abilities and knowledge sets. Meetings have  been held with academics, local authorities and businesses covering topics related to mining, archaeology, wetlands, grass types, mercury and heavy metal decontamination, silviculture,  ecology, energy sources and much besides rivers and water quality. Such are the set […]

Annesley Pipeline.

The Trust has an interest in the Nottinghamshire Coalfield like no other. Over several years we worked with the management of the mining company, surveyors and staff at Annesley Bentinck Colliery looking after all water pollution concerns. We worked on innovative schemes to ensure the drainage from the two sites both from underground and surface […]

Annual Report and Accounts 2018

Click here to read the report in full Directors Report. This last year has been the busiest period in the Trust’s history with a large number of projects, new and continueing. Some of the old reaching important milestones and allowing demonstration of both new technologies and our well trialled methodologies. We are reaching a critical […]

Clean Rivers Trust: September 2018 Actions Report.

The Trust has had another busy three months: the Cinderhill trial site has been the main focus due to the draught and trying to keep the willows alive if not flourishing. The other activities are outlined below. Cinderhill The willows have had an exceptionally hard time establishing themselves this summer. Their planting at the end […]

Drone View

The Environment Agency has taken a video of Cinderhill Tar Pit.

Aba Samuel Reservoir.

In 2010 and 2011 Clean Rivers Trust visited Addis Ababa at the request of the Ethiopian Government. The requests for advice included sewage treatment, for the capital, regeneration of the twin Akaki Rivers, and what might be achieved for the Aba-Samuel Reservoir. 2010 The reservoir was built by the Italians during their occupation of Ethiopia […]

John Spedan Lewis Foundation

Clean Rivers Trust are delighted to announce that the John Spedan Lewis Foundation is supporting our work at Cinderhill in Derbyshire. The support of the foundations will be of great benefit to the project.

Estrogenic Compounds and Pharmacological Pollution Remediation in Sight; or The end of the stoned loach?

Introduction. Amongst the many issues that the Trust has been involved with over the last twenty eight years the issues of pharmacological pollution, the waste often of hospitals and large conurbation medications has been high on the list of our desires to find affordable solutions. Residues of medical drugs and synthetic organic compounds, such as […]

Lake Kakinga, Uganda.

In 2011 the Trust visited the area around Lake Kakinga and the town of Sembabule in Uganda. The purpose of the short visit was to consider improving it as a fishery, remove agal blooms, improve the water quality of the lake and protect it as a viable water resource for the local villages. The Lake […]

Second Quarter Report 2018

Sally has sent her apologies early for the next meeting of the Trustees. The Trust appreciates that she will be on her Honeymoon. A satisfactory reason for absence if ever there was one!. It has been a very busy few months for the Trust since the last meeting. The Trust completed two reports on the […]

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