Water Firm Celebrates Football Stadium Sized Project
Thursday, November 17th, 2011
Water quality engineering company Panton McLeod has celebarted a major boost to its PR in Scotland after being featured in one of the water industry’s major trade publications.
The influential Water Active magazine ran a feature about the firm’s latest project for Scottish Water, which saw a team of Panton McLeod engineers clean a storage tank the size of Aberdeen FC’s stadium.
The Pittodrie-sized project was the latest in a long list of tank cleaning and inspection work that Panton McLeod has completed for Scottish Water in recent years. It involved a team of engineers draining the facility – which holds millions of litres of drinking water – before meticulously cleaning the structure with patented cleaning products.
The publication can be viewed online on the Water Active website. The coverage was achieved as part of an ongoing PR in Scotland campaign carried out for Panton McLeod by Edinburgh PR and social media experts the Holyrood PR.