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Specialist Services within High Voltage Substations John Robson Metals Ltd has been at the forefront of controlled dismantling and demolition of HV Substations for over 40 years. John Robson Metals Ltd is a privately owned family firm which was started by John Robson almost 50 years ago and has a wealth of substation experience built up over years of service to the industry. We are centrally based in the North West of England offering a nationwide service, with staff trained to the highest standards to ensure all work is carried out safely, professionally and effectively. Our operations site is fully licensed with the Environment Agency to receive all redundant equipment and waste likely to be encountered in the dismantling and demolition work that we do. Whenever possible these unwanted goods are recycled. The use of this recycled material by industry helps to preserve the World's resources. The service we offer is complete, if there is dismantling and demolition work to be done in a Substation or Power Station, our service is complete. From hazard identification, risk assessment and method statements to final disposal and leaving the site how you want it. Our core services include • Controlled Electrical Dismantling and Demolition including work alongside live circuits • Cable De-Oiling • High Voltage Equipment Disposal including Transformers, Switchgear and all associated plant • Cable Services • Asbestos, PCB and SF6 Gas Recovery, Disposal and Decontamination • Specialist Demolition of above and below ground structures including Diamond Wire Sawing and Diamond Drilling. John Robson Metals Ltd Tel: 01772 865272 Stump Cross Works Fax: 01772 861819 Goosnargh Email: John Robson – jrr@johnrobsonmetals.co.uk Preston PR3 2FE Mark Eastham – me@johnrobsonmetals.co.uk www.johnrobsonmetals.co.uk

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