Posted on Feb 14, 2012

Tree works at water treatment plant

We have helped our client’s to move forward in their development works on a large water treatment plant by carrying out “crown lifting” of 14 trees.

Crown lifting involves cutting the lower branches away to raise the height of the crown of the tree.

This was done to allow more space for machinery and plant to pass underneath the trees, and was done by aerial climbers by hand.

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