Source Containment of Dust and Debris

As part of the Fosse Park enabling works, there is a requirement to break out the existing concrete slab which is being undertaken by McDermott Building and Civil Engineering Ltd on behalf of Bowmer and Kirkland.

To ensure that the activities minimise dust and debris nuisance, a containment shroud has been fitted to the arm of the excavator around the breaker attachment. This has been constructed using timber and debris netting which allows visibility to be maintained of the breaker attachment.

The primary benefit provided by the containment shroud is that the dust and debris is contained at source enabling the nuisance to our project neighbours to be minimsed.

An additional benefit is that due to the dust being contained at source there is a reduction in the requirement to dampen down saving valuable water resources and minimising the site’s impact on the environment.

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