Bolina Booms protects a critical flood control structure from damage by debris, reports BetterWorldSolutions.eu.
The Guardian recently reported that raw sewage was discharged from an overflow pipe into an environmental wetland last year. Bolina Booms has been controlling sewage debris at many sites across Europe over the past decades.
The Ocean Cleanup uses our Litter Fence Boom (LFB600) to guide floating debris into their new invention, an autonomous system for preventing the unrelenting flow of plastic pollution into the world’s oceans. We have been Project Partners, working with The Ocean Cleanup since 2016, and are very proud to be part of this project!
This Bolina Boom was installed over 20 years ago in the River Trent, the third-longest river in the United Kingdom. Like our other booms, it has been completely maintenance-free ever since.
Two anglers in small boats have been filmed dangerously close to a giant plug hole at a reservoir. Bolina Booms has been providing protection at similar sites.
Bolina Booms has provided a boom in Annecy, France, to save chicks from drowning.
Bolina Booms created a harbour security zone to protect G20 summit in Hamburg.
210m of our TCB600 boom was used to zone off Able UK’s dock for arrival of the 24,000 ton Brent Delta platform – see video.
BBC news footage shows Bolina Booms riding out the severe 2014 storms. Even during these extreme flood conditions with record flow in rivers, our booms performed without incident. Watch the BBC news report to know more.
Bolina booms survive a bashing! Our booms have been in service without maintenance for 15 years. This video should show you why...
2014 has produced some of the most severe storms to hit the UK with record water levels in rivers. Bolina has installed many booms along rivers affected by flooding and here are some amateur films that show the booms in action.
Following a thorough selection process, Bolina Booms was chosen to protect the Olympic Park throughout the construction phase by closing off the network of waterways in and around the site with floating barriers.
The NATO Heads of State and Government and the NATO Secretary General participated in a ceremony on the Rhine river, honouring the NATO Military Personnel for their service in the operational theatres of the Alliance - more than 70.000 men and women. Bolina Booms were used to close off the Rhine to river traffic.