National Grid: decommissioning with zero waste
National Grid faced the challenge of clearing a former gasworks and major liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage site, but wanted to do so causing the least environmental harm possible.
The electricity and gas company set a zero harm target based on a sustainability plan inspired by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation's ambition for a restorative circular economy.
The 53-acre Partington LNG storage and process plant was cleared in just over 12 months – with zero environmental harm and nothing...
18 May 2013
Source: The Guardian 29 July 2015