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EMS plants at Seaford Level Crossing Removal.

By Jennifer Lumsden, August 14 2019

Enviro Management Services’ (EMS) crews have planted 30,000 plants as part of the Seaford level crossing removal project.

Crew members with disability are integrated into operational teams to deliver quality work as part of the project.

EMS crews will now maintain the site with more planting likely as the project advances.

Take a look next time you are passing Seaford Station.

EMS has delivered quality work at a number of other level crossing removal sites around the city and looks forward to continuing this work in the future.

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