Naylor Environmental feature in Water Active…
Snodland Railway Station now on the Southeastern rail network in Kent, UK operated a full service from June 1856 and continued until it stopped selling train tickets in 1986.
The station building has since been used as an Indian takeaway outlet and taxi office with its nearby signal box now being a listed building.
In response to increasing passenger numbers using the station, Southeastern undertook a £1.1 million refurbishment of Snodland station, which is also listed building, to create a transport interchange’ and extended car park, which will see the ticket office reopen
Given the expected increase in traffic and the potential contaminated run-off this might create, Naylor Environmental Smart Sponge® Smart Gully Adaptors were installed in the road gullies to protect the roadside soakaway from harmful hydrocarbon pollution from the car park, so preventing it entering the existing green space surrounding the station as part of the Water Framework Directive.
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