Abseiling concept for cleaning boreholes wows water magazine
Thursday, March 26th, 2009
on behalf of Panton McLeod
Work by an expert abseiling team to inspect a drinking water borehole has earned coverage in Water Active magazine.
Panton McLeod has 20 years experience in cleaning and inspecting drinking water structures, including service reservoirs and water towers.
Its staff ensure supplies are kept as clear and pure as possible to meet exacting standards so that customers get the cleanest possible supplies at the tap.
Severn Trent called in Panton McLeod – which has offices in the Scottish Borders and in Nottingham – to inspect the 170m borehole in Coventry.
The unusual job has now featured in one of the water industry’s best know journals – to view the article and read the electronic version of Water Active, click here.
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