M4 Smart Motorway

Fulton Hogan holds an Environment Protection Licence (EPL) for the M4 Smart Motorway project. Fulton Hogan is required to monitor emissions at specified points on the project and make these results available on the Fulton Hogan website.

Click here to view a copy of Fulton Hogan’s Environment Protection Licence 20961

Communicating with Neighbours and Local Community

Should a pollution incident occur that threatens to cause harm to human health or the environment, the following notification protocol will be followed:

Environmental and engineering staff in consultation with Community Liaison team will determine the community notification catchment depending on the nature of each incident and input from authorities.

Early warnings and regular updates ongoing as required will be issued by phone calls, web updates and door knocking to affected residents/receivers.

Notifications to affected residents will include details of incident, time frame of the impact and the mitigation measures put in place.

Instructions to residents to minimise health impact (i.e. for airborne chemicals residents will be advised to close windows and doors, to take extra care if they have respiratory issues, keep children inside and protect animals, where possible).

Sensitive receivers (i.e. schools, nursing homes and hospitals will receive priority notification of pollution incidents).

Click here to view a copy of the Pollution Incident Notification Protocol and contact list

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