Scotland’s leading water quality engineering firm Panton McLeod has received another high profile piece of coverage on a top construction industry blog.
Processing Talk, which collates news from the construction and infrastructure sectors, reported on how the Borders-based firm had signed a new deal with Scottish Water to keep the country’s drinking water supplies at their purest levels.
Under the deal, Panton McLeod will clean, repair and inspect more than 400 underground service reservoirs across Scotland over the next six months. The huge storage tanks, which can be as big as Murrayfield Stadium, are part of a network of facilities used to store water before it is sent to customers’ taps.
The full article can be seen on the Processing Talk website and was the result of an ongoing Scottish PR campaign maintained by the Holyrood PR.