Whats happened to the Clickimin Loch ? the water now looks like oxtail soup and the weeds which until recently almost chocked the Loch at this time of year are entirely absent . Also absent are all the small wildfowl which fed on these weeds .
Posted 01 August 2019 - 08:59 PM
No clue, bit whin you hock new paths, an skul foonds, an pipe tracks fur years uphill, da grut fae hit aa wid be expected ta tend ta settle ta da lowest point eventually.
Posted 02 August 2019 - 11:41 AM
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Posted 02 August 2019 - 03:22 PM
I think you can add the Sandwater and Pettawater lochs to that area of concern. I can imagine both of these lochs will turn black for a very very long time, and if they are mixing concrete on site there will be considerable run off from that process.
Considering the quantities of concrete involved to provide foundations for such massive turbines I would have thought the founds would have to poured in one operation, hence mixing on site. Maybe not, I am no expert on these matters, perhaps someone more knowledgeable can enlighten us here.
As an angler I am concerned about the pollution factor.
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