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Auchinstarry is a village in North Lanarkshire, Scotland, UK, near to Dullatur, Kilsyth and Queenzieburn. It is the site of a Roman fort. Auchinstarry Basin is on the Forth and Clyde Canal, and a £1.2M regeneration project has created a mooring basin for boats with 56 pontoon berths, a hard standing area for 40 boats, and a customer facilities block, partly funded by British Waterways Scotland. The basin was officially opened in September 2005. The Environment Advisory Service (EAS), a government agency, has implemented a number of sustainability features at Auchinstarry Basin:

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  • Auchinstarry, Eskoziako udalerri bat da, Iparraldeko Lanarkshire konderrian.
  • Auchinstarry is a village in North Lanarkshire, Scotland, UK, near to Dullatur, Kilsyth and Queenzieburn. It is the site of a Roman fort. Auchinstarry Basin is on the Forth and Clyde Canal, and a £1.2M regeneration project has created a mooring basin for boats with 56 pontoon berths, a hard standing area for 40 boats, and a customer facilities block, partly funded by British Waterways Scotland. The basin was officially opened in September 2005. The Environment Advisory Service (EAS), a government agency, has implemented a number of sustainability features at Auchinstarry Basin:
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  • Auchinstarry is a village in North Lanarkshire, Scotland, UK, near to Dullatur, Kilsyth and Queenzieburn. It is the site of a Roman fort. Auchinstarry Basin is on the Forth and Clyde Canal, and a £1.2M regeneration project has created a mooring basin for boats with 56 pontoon berths, a hard standing area for 40 boats, and a customer facilities block, partly funded by British Waterways Scotland. The basin was officially opened in September 2005. The Environment Advisory Service (EAS), a government agency, has implemented a number of sustainability features at Auchinstarry Basin: * Deploying recycled materials in all parts of the construction process * An innovative pump which draws heat from the canal; it is believed that this is the first such use of canal water in the UK * Plans for installing wind turbines, and a new pub which is self-sufficient in its energy needs
  • Auchinstarry, Eskoziako udalerri bat da, Iparraldeko Lanarkshire konderrian.
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