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RE: Fill over roots [Scanned]

Subject: RE: Fill over roots [Scanned]
From: Edmund Hopkins
Date: Dec 18 2009 11:46:26
Nick and all, many thanks. It emerges that the fill is not essential and the 
engineers are weaned off the notion.


Edmund Hopkins
Tree Officer
Planning Services
Nottingham City Council
From: Nick Jones []

Is it possible to specify some form of cellular confinement to stabilise the
infill and hopefully minimise potential compaction? There are products
available that are circa 200mm depth that can be stacked on each other so
750mm depth doesn't seem unachievable. TRIBE suggests the treatment of
surface vegetation with herbicide to prevent anaerobic conditions forming
which may be worth considering also.
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