Drinking Water Project Wins More Coverage for Panton Team
Tuesday, January 4th, 2011
on behalf of Panton McLeod
Water quality engineering firm Panton McLeod has received more prominent coverage in one of the biggest online business newspapers in the Highlands.
A team of engineers from Panton McLeod were called to drain millions of litres of water from the tank at the Loch Calder water treatment works before removing a build up of natural materials from the floor of the facility. The routine work ensures there is no chance for turbidity issues to arise in the water supply.
The project was especially high profile, as the facility was opened by HRH Prince Charles less than a decade ago, and this was the first time that the tank had been completely drained.
The full story can be viewed on the Caithness Business Index website and was the result of a sustained PR in Scotland campaign by Edinburgh public relations firm the Holyrood Partnership.