Stadium-Sized Project For Water Quality Team
Wednesday, September 14th, 2011
PR in Scotland for water industry experts
Water quality engineering firm Panton McLeod has celebrated a prominent piece of media coverage in a leading water industry journal after completing its latest Scottish project.
The Borders-based firm was featured in the International Water Association’s news pages after carrying out a major cleaning project in Aberdeen – which saw its engineers tackle a water storage facility the size of Aberdeen FC’s Pittodrie stadium.
The company completed the routine work for Scottish Water, which involved draining and cleaning a massive underground facility supplying millions of litres of drinking water to households in the city. The project saw a team of six engineers from Panton McLeod spend five days cleaning the huge 54 megalitre facility in the west of Aberdeen by using patented cleaning chemicals to remove the build up of natural materials from the walls and floors of the structure.
The full coverage can be viewed on the IWA Publishing website and was the result of a sustained public relations campaign for Panton McLeod which is maintained by PR in Scotland experts the Holyrood Partnership.