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Welcome to the Rural Arisings Blog.Take a look at what we have achieved at the Belhus & Cranleigh sites

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This Saturday (29/06/2013) there will be a Volunteer Working Party at Little Belhus. If you wish to attend or have any queries please contact Eleanor Payne. Contact details and information about the day can be found on the poster underneath. 

As the work progress on site the boreholes have to be extended to prevent them from being buried. This is surprisingly hard work and would mean hours and hours of digging if done by hand. Ask Eleanor and Kristina, they know, having attempted what…

 
Today our laboratory contactors are on site sampling leachate which will be tested in their laboratory. This is done three times a year and it takes roughly two days to sample all the locations. 
 
Leachate is any liquid (in…

Say hello to our site vehicle. We use him on site for example when we go gas testing and when carrying out work that requires a lot of equipment. 
You may wonder why it is called Percy and this is because of how one has to persevere when…

Every month we (usually Eleanor and Kristina) spend two days gas testing almost 35 boreholes. Gas testing involves going out on site and testing for e.g. methane, carbon dioxide and oxygen in boreholes on site and also just off site. The gas…

Here is our current news letter, a new newsletter will soon be published and will contain the major progress made here on site since the last newsletter. However, we will of course keep you updated here on the Belhus Blog with the progress made…

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