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Author New event added ''Polyhalite – A new industry for Teesside, Middlesbrough'' on 28/03/2017
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New event added ''Polyhalite – A new industry for Teesside, Middlesbrough'' on 28/03/2017
Posted: 11/03/2017 17:04:40
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A new event has been added to the Events page.

Event name: Polyhalite – A new industry for Teesside, Middlesbrough

Date and time: 28/03/2017 / 17:45

Details: Organised by Institution of Civil Engineers

Polyhalite mining is a multi billion pound industry and one of the most exiting industrial developments on Teesside and in N. Yorkshire for many years.

Presentation by Matt Parsons and civil engineer colleagues from Sirius Minerals Plc.

Tues 28 March, 5.45pm - 8pm, Stephenson Building, Teesside University, Middlesbrough

Event added by: christwigg

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