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BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY | ada gazette SPRING 2014


Clearing debris from the floodwater DAMIAN MCGETTRICK, WM PLANT HIRE


Specialists in watercourse maintenance


Specialist excavator company, WM Plant Hire, has assisted with the clearance operations in Worcester, using a long reach excavator to clear over 500 tonnes of debris from the arches of the City Centre Bridge over the River Severn. The operation required swift


action and the delivery of specialist equipment at short notice, involving the council, emergency services, Environment Agency,


long reach excavators • pontoons • weed boat and harvesters tugs and barges • specialist attachments


Worcester City Centre Bridge


local and highway authorities. A rotating grab was fitted to remove timber and large trees washed down the river. With the sunshine drawing a large crowd the road was reopened to traffic as planned on Sunday evening. With a proven track record


in dredging and watercourse maintenance operations, the company was able to respond promptly to the client in response to a critical situation.


... reaching out tel: +44 (0)1746 769555 • web: www.wmplanthire.com


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Controlstar Systems Ltd. Cagthorpe Hall, Horncastle, Lincolnshire, LN9 6DZ UK


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