Decommissioning Methodology

1. Soil Samples Taken for Temporary Works Decommissioning

1. Prior to the decommissioning process commencing, Geotech has taken samples of both virgin soil and stabilised soil to analyse soil properties.

2. Temporary Works Decommissioning Meeting With Landowner

2. A meeting is requested with the Main Contractor and/or Landowner to discuss exactly which grass seed or crop is to be planted after the soil regeneration has been completed.

3. Excavator decommissioning temporary works

3. Stone is stripped and relocated, often donated to the landowner or to local contractors.

4. Power Harrow Decommissioning Temporary Works

4. A Subsoiler is then employed to break up the stabilised sub base.

5. Mix Bicarb as part of temporary works Decommissioning

5. Re-agent is then rotavated into the sub base using a Stehr Dust Free Mixer.

6. Spreading soil to decommission temporary works

6. Topsoil will then be quantified and spread evenly over the entire area. 

7. Healthy tilth provided for temporary work decommissioning

7. A Power Harrow will now be used to cultivate the soil.

8. Temporary Works have been Decommissioned

8. Depending on the time of year grass seed will now be sown or the land is handed back to the Landowner to plant crops at his convenience.

9. Regrowth to decommissioned temporary works

9. Subsequent re-growth.

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