Pipeline Project Ensures Crystal Clear Headlines For Water Experts
Monday, October 24th, 2011
Water quality engineer Panton McLeod has achieved another high profile piece of coverage in the specialist UK water press following its latest project in Scotland.
Influential water industry magazine Water Active ran a feature on the firm’s cleaning work on a strategic pipeline in Argyll & Bute, which will help deliver fresh drinking water to thousands of households in the region.
Panton McLeod carried out a programme of flushing and swabbing along a 43km stretch of the Glencourse pipeline, which provides drinking water across three villages in the area.
A two-man team from Panton McLeod spent three weeks servicing, cleaning and disinfecting the pipeline as part of a wider programme carried out by Morrison Construction for Scottish Water, which involved replacing and extending the water mains connecting Lochgilpead, Adrishaig, Lochgair and the surrounding area.