Pipe reprocessing

The seven large polyethylene pipes in lengths of up to 290 metres long each were rescued following an incident on 19 July

A set of giant industrial pipes, which were rescued after breaking their tow in the North Sea in July, are being reprocessed at the Port of Lowestoft as part of a sustainability project.

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