Naylor Thermachem pipes installed at Geneva manufacturing plant

CPDA Member Naylor Industries worked with a global leader in the manufacture of flavourings and fragrances used throughout the food and drink, perfume and laundry industries. The manufacturing process of some fragrance products at the Geneva manufacturing plant creates high temperature effluents in excess of 95 degrees Celsius that can also include some chemicals. This created problems for the drainage […]

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Chemical Drainage System installed at Sheffield school

A school and community project that is based on the site of the old Don Valley Stadium, with room for over 1,200 students from 2 to 16 years of age with the potential to expand in future to include a college has state of the art facilities include community areas and is designed to help regenerate the wider area. In order […]

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Waste Recovery Park install Naylor Thermachem pipes throughout the facility

This Waste Recovery Park will reduce the amount of waste going to landfill by 90% and generate enough energy to power the equivalent of 40,000 homes. The facility is unique as it is truly a one stop shop for waste management which means the county’s waste can all be dealt with in one place. The facility includes mechanical treatment where […]

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Naylor Thermachem drainage installed at Mybster Sub-Station

The electrical infrastructure in the far North of Scotland has had to undergo significant development in order to handle the increase of energy produced in the region, particularly from on-shore wind turbines. A new substation with greater capacity has been built to handle the increases in electricity production and demand. Naylor Thermachem drainage has been used under the transformers to […]

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Naylor Thermachem drainage installed at Thames Valley Science Park

Naylor Thermachem drainage has been used in the Gateway building on the Thames Valley Science Park to protect the drainage systems against chemical discharges in the laboratories. The Science Park which will be part of the University will provide 800,000 square foot of laboratory and office space once completed and be one of the largest facilities of its kind in […]

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Hospital drainage at full strength thanks to Hepworth SuperSleve Clay pipes

Offering inherent strength and low lifetime cost, Hepworth Clay drainage has been specified for the largest all single room hospital in the UK ensuring a major new healthcare facility will be operating at full strength when it opens in 2017. Application The new Royal Liverpool Hospital will be the largest all single room hospital in the country with 646 beds, […]

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Hepworth Clay plays a part in new £200 million training ground

Built on an 80 acre industrial site in Manchester, a new £200 million state-of-the-art football academy and training ground is set to benefit from a durable underground clay drainage solution from Hepworth Clay which will offer low lifetime cost and a long service life. Application Designed by Rafael Vinoly Architects, the football academy is home to 450 players training each […]

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Hepworth Clay – The long-term drainage solution for Scotland’s new blood centre

For the new £33m Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service (SNBTS) Centre of Excellence near Edinburgh, the specification of clay pipes from Hepworth Clay as an underground drainage solution will provide durability, long term performance and a low lifetime cost. Application The new centre at Heriot-Watt Research Park will be a hub for processing, testing, supply, research and development for blood […]

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Allerton Waste Recovery Park

The Allerton Waste Recovery Park will reduce the amount of waste going to landfill by 90% and generate enough energy to power the equivalent of 40,000 homes. The Allerton facility is unique as it is truly a one stop shop for waste management which means the county’s waste can all be dealt with in one place. The facility includes mechanical […]

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Clay pipes for blood transfusion centre

The new £33m Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service (SNBTS) Centre of Excellence near Edinburgh has specified clay pipes from Hepworth Clay as an underground drainage solution, an approach that offers durability, long term performance and a low lifetime cost, according to the supplier. The new centre at Heriot-Watt Research Park will be a hub for processing, testing, supply, research and development for blood and human donor tissues and cells. The state-of-the- art centre will comprise […]

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