Water Experts Enjoy Constant Drip-Drip of PR in Scotland
Wednesday, September 16th, 2009
on behalf of Panton McLeod
Water quality engineering Expert Panton McLeod has helped to deliver a crucial stage in a major Midlands drinking water project.
The firm, which has bases in Notthingham and in the Scottish borders, are delighted at the role they’ve played in the disinfection of a new £31.5M plant at Frankley Water Treatment Works, near Birmingham.
Panton was commissioned for the project principal contractor Morgan Est because it is one of a handful of companies in the UK with the expertise to clean the hidden structures which deliver safe, clean water to millions of homes and businesses.
The two-and-a-half year Frankley project, was commissioned by Severn Trent Water, involves the construction of a new Granular Activated Carbon plant , designed to treat and blend water from Trimpley Pumping Station in Worcestershire with Elan Valley water.
The expert team from Panton McLeod has been involved in the project for the past two years – the http://www.build.co.uk” target=”_blank”>full story can be read at the build.co.uk website.