Water company’s nuclear ambitions highlighted in The Scotsman

by Scott Douglas

Monday, March 30th, 2009

Scotsman article on nuclear Panton

Panton McLeod, the water quality specialist with its HQ in the Scottish Borders, has featured in The Scotsman.

Scotland’s national quality newspaper has reported how the firm, which normally works with the biggest water companies, is considering adapting its services for the nuclear industry.

Panton McLeod uses robots to clean drinking water structures to the most exacting regulatory standards. It is now  intvestigating how the equipmet could be used in water tanks and ponds in nuclear power stations.

Read the full Scotsman article by CLICKING HERE

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