Registered Charity Number: 1037414

Bioremediation / Phytoremediation Willows.

The Trust has been invited to carry out a trial to use our knowledge and experience gained over the last 25 years into using willows to remediate a large site in the UK (A further report will deal with the exact location). The site was used to dispose of acid tars, the residues of the […]

‘Far too many serious pollution incidents’ says Environment Agency water quality report

Environment Agency publishes State of the Environment: Water Quality report. 317 serious water pollution incidents occurred in 2016. Environment Agency Chair, Emma Howard Boyd has called on water companies and farmers to cut the amount of pollution incidents harming England’s waters and for penalties to be made tougher, as the EA publishes The State of the Environment: […]

Minutes of the Trustees Meeting 14th March 2018.

Photo: Tributary of the Bottle Brook by edge of Cinderhill Tar Pits Site.     Apologies: Peter Jones OBE, Dr Keith Gregson, Paul Southby. Present: Rodney Gilmour, Sally Little, Matt Johnson, Laura Bishop and Harvey Wood. On conference call Lawrence van Kampen-Brooks. a/ the minutes of the last meeting were passed without comment. b/ Lawrence […]

Activities this Winter Quarter (2017-18).

The Trust has had a busy winter quarter, it is pleased to report new commissions coming in as well as receiving funding from some new sources. A pleasing development. Below you will find a short synopsis of our activities. Gedling. The Trust is to meet with the Borough Council to explore the economic possibilities of […]

Endocrine disrupters update. Out of the pan.

The US EPA are holding a national summit of stakeholders to look at the possible solutions to PFAS contaminants PFOA, PFOS and Other PFASs Basic Information on PFAS What are PFAS? Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a group man-made chemicals that includes PFOA, PFOS, GenX, and many other chemicals. PFAS have been manufactured and […]

CRT Consult

MINEWATER UTILISATION PROPOSALS FOR LOCAL HEATING SYSTEM AT QUEENS MEDICAL CENTRE, MEDIPARK AND NOTTINGHAM UNIVERSITY CAMPUS Click here to read the full report In over 20 years of involvement with control and treatment of minewater, the Trust has built up a fund of knowledge and experience which has equipped it to explore the various possibilities […]

Minutes of Meeting 6th December 2017

Sunset over A Winning minewater treatment site. Apologies: Laura Bishop, Sally Little, Keith Gregson Present: Peter Jones, Matt Johnson, Paul Southby, Rodney Gilmour and Lawrence van Kampen-Brooks (on conference call). Harvey Wood. The Trustees welcomed Matt to their number and look forward to meeting Sally (in Spain with students on field work). The Trustees agreed […]

The River Trent, Newark Island

Newark Island today. (Ordnance Survey) The River Trent, Newark Island: Drainage and Weather, their Role in the Defence of Newark on Trent during the Third Siege of 1645 – 1646. Sean Jackson*, Stephen Joynes** and Harvey Wood*** *    Sean Jackson BA, Archaeologist. SDUC, Lampeter **   Stephen Joynes Gentleman of Newark *** Dr Harvey Wood Dip […]

Annual Report and Accounts 2017

Click here to read the report in full Information. This report is the legal annual report and accounts of Clean Rivers Trust, as lodged with, and submitted to the Charity Commission. Registered Charity Number 1037414. The Charity is based at 73 Sir Harrys Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2UX UK. Phone 0121 440 8046. This document […]

The Autumn Quarter

It has been a busy autumn with a diverse set of issues and subject matter on our agenda. Firstly we welcome two new Trustees: Dr Sally Little from Nottingham Trent University and Dr Matt Johnson of the University of Nottingham. Two specialist academics who will bring new rigger to our work. ADDC Architects (Mike Wood) […]

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