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Mar 25, 2014 · Trash screens form a crucial part of the infrastructure designed to reduce the risk of flooding in waterways and water processing sites. With considerable resources being employed in flood defence mechanisms to help protect property and maintain proper drainage across the country the performance of a humble trash screen is becoming increasingly important.

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