smelting works


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FUNDING has been secured to clear historical contamination from an Anglesey housing estate which once housed copper smelting works.
| John Vivian (1750 - 1826) - Hafod-Morfa Copperworks, Swansea John Vivian moved from Cornwall to Wales in 1800 and in 1810 opened the Hafod copper smelting works, a planned and innovative complex which was to become the largest of its type in Europe.
Among the great names associated with the period is the soon-to-close Carron Iron Works in Falkirk, which was established in 1759 and was once Europe's largest smelting works, employing more than 1000 staff.
Commercial wood was, in effect, the early modern equivalent of oil in our own time: it underpinned the economy in a great variety of different ways, not just as a raw material for building and manufacturing but as a fuel to power smelting works and other forms of proto-industrial production.
The diving centre is on the 200 hectare Duisburg-Nord Landschaftspark and is just one of a range of vast structures in this decommissioned iron smelting works given alternative uses, including climbing walls on the now redundant industrial-sized buildings.
Regarded as the foremost animal painter of his generation, Ward also produced landscapes defined by dark, brooding skies, evident in the small oil on panel, A smelting works m an open landscape.
In 2009, protesters broke into a smelting works they blamed for the lead poisoning of more than 600 children, smashing trucks and tearing down fences.
In January, Islamabad warned that it would bring in new copper firms to perform both mining and smelting works at Reko Diq unless the current players make a joint venture with a smelting firm.
The wiring comes from the crumbling carbon dye factory down the road and between him and it, there is a huge smelting works, clouding the sky with plumes of filth.