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Ecology Surveys for Hydropower Scheme


In support of a planning application for a hydropower scheme in Bedfordshire Keystone Ecology carried out a combined Phase I Habitat Survey, Fish Assessment and Arboricultural Survey.   The  survey site was a disused boat weir where archimedes screw turbines were proposed to be installed.  Compared to conventional turbines, screw turbines require less fish and debris screening.

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