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En-Sure archaeologists monitoring the extension and refurbishment of St John’s Co-Cathedral Museum

En-Sure has been entrusted with the archaeological monitoring required by the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage for the extension and refurbishment of St John’s Co-Cathedral Museum. En-Sure is monitoring the excavation works for the creation of a new tapestry hall on top of the ex-World War II buildings adjacent to Merchant Street. This new extension will house the renowned Flemish Tapestries and other Maltese treasures.

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En-Sure contributes to completion of Kappara Junction Project

En-Sure is proud to have contributed to the successful completion of the Kappara Junction Project that was recently inaugurated by Transport Malta. En-sure provided operational and environmental monitoring as well as health and safety services throughout most of the duration of the Project.

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Tritons Fountain Inaugurated – En-Sure responsible for Archaeological Monitoring

The Tritons Fountain was recently inaugurated after a lengthy restoration process in preparation for Valletta 2018. This project forms part of the embellishment and pedestrianisation of the Triton Fountain Square, and is part of the larger regeneration of the entrance to Valletta, itself a site of significant historic importance and a World Heritage City.
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European Commission publishes stricter standards for large combustion plants

The European Commission has published Decision 2017/1442 which sets stricter standards for large combustion plants in accordance with the requirements of the Industrial Emissions Directive.  This Directive stipulates that such plants must operate in accordance with Best Available Technique.

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