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Woodsmith polyhalite project takes measures against Covid-19

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The Woodsmith polyhalite project in North Yorkshire, UK, has substantially reduced the number of people on its construction sites, with social distancing and hygiene measures being implemented in line with government guidance. Workers are also no longer being transported to site by bus and a temperature monitoring programme is being implemented.
Numbers active at the Woodsmith site are expected to reduce further in the coming days, and tunnelling on Drive 1 of the mineral transport system from Wilton has been paused.

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