Scarecrow Bio-acoustic Systems Play a Part in Sooty Tern Conservation

Churngold scooped the Best Conceptual Design award and two further commendations at the Brownfield Briefing Remediation Awards last month. The judges praised the innovative use of In-Situ Chemical Oxidation in low permeability soils at the former ICI Burnhall site in Thornton. A leading international innovator in bird dispersal technology has been instrumental in helping the Sooty Tern re-colonise one of its former nesting sites, bringing the seabird back to Denis Island in the Seychelles, after an absence of over one hundred years.

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