Pisces Conservation - Power Plant Ecology
Pisces Conservation have many years' experience of ecological issues relating to power generation throughout the UK, Europe and the USA including: Entrainment and impingement, impacts on local fish / crustacean populations. Environmental impact assessment for proposed biomass-fuelled stations on brownfield sites. Phyto- and zoo-plankton monitoring and analysis. Advice on BTA for industry. Screening and protection of water intakes. Heated effluent impacts. Biofouling and biocide use. Flue Gas Desulphurisation (FGD). Water use issues. Acid rain. Land take, habitat mitigation and restoration. Effects of underwater structures, dams & weirs, and small hydro-electric plants. Fly ash disposal. Biological issues relating to cooling towers. Eel monitoring for compliance with the Eels (England and Wales) Regulations, 2009.
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