Water quality engineering firm Panton McLeod has seen its innovative underwater robots generate new coverage in the local press.
The Weston Mercury has reported on a recent project that the firm carried out for Bristol Water, which involved it deploying its ROV inspection robot to check a major water storage facility in the region.
The project in Weston Super Mare involved a team from Panton McLeod using the mini submarine to inspect a Victorian service reservoir for leaks and damage. The work helped to maintain the highest standard of drinking water for households in the area.
The coverage can be viewed on the Weston Mercury website and was the result of a sustained campaign by Holyrood PR PR in Scotland.