Our products and services help water companies, wastewater treatment plant operators and engineers to reduce manual intervention, improve social distancing and cut costs.
The need for water companies to reduce manual intervention was important even before the advent of the coronavirus pandemic - now it is even more so.
With managers, planners, operations and maintenance teams under pressure from budgets and revised working practices, our products and services can help water companies to design, operate and maintain water networks and treatment plants safely and more cost effectively.
For wastewater treatment plant owners, operators and engineers, comprehensive inlet works screening and grit removal protects the whole plant from the damage and inefficiency effects of influent solids—thereby reducing maintenance and minimising employee time on site.
Our inlet screens remove screenings and rag at the very start of the treatment process, preventing the need to unclog pumps, chambers, tanks or filters and reducing operator input drastically.
Requiring no power and with no moving parts, our HeadCell® and Grit King® grit removal systems need little attention and drastically reduce clogging and abrasion damage by fine grit in downstream treatment processes—cutting overall maintenance time and cost for the WWTP.
For treatment plant operations and maintenance teams, M&N - our UK wastewater services team - provides reliable, responsive maintenance, repair, hire and support services to keep essential systems and processes working at full capacity.
As the UK’s largest provider of inlet works services, our experts require less time to diagnose and fix issues than general staff or contractors, and can often conduct remedial work offsite, reducing the need to compromise on social distancing.
With treatment plant employees already under pressure even without the impact of COVID-19, our M&N team provides a trusted independent support resource that’s available 24/7, 365 days a year.
For water companies that need insight into water resources and water quality throughout their network, our Hydro-Logic® smart monitoring products and services provide remote, automated monitoring and alert systems that reduce travel, increase home working and help you to improve social distancing.
Delivering real-world data and information about water levels, flow rates and quality in your watercourses, our systems have long battery lifetimes and operate entirely automatically, helping you to reduce manual intervention and cut the cost and complexity of maintaining and operating a monitoring network.
And our managed monitoring services remove the need for your teams to divert resources into this area at all, enabling you to refocus them onto other activities.