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Partech Water Instruments Case Study: Landfill Turbidity and Dosing Control

Posted by Angus Fosten on January 12, 2016

Most landfill sites have the same problem—treating surface water run off and the need to remove suspended solids prior to discharge. This is further emphasised for Devon Waste Management’s landfill site at Deep Moor in Torrington. Set in one of Devon’s most beautiful river valleys Deep Moor is a haven for ...

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Sludge Monitors and the Top Three Ways they can Help your Business

Posted by Angus Fosten on January 5, 2016

One of our recent blogs discussed how wastewater could be used to make money in treatment plants. As a result, we thought we’d take a look at the benefits of sludge monitors and how they can help your business in the water industry. We’ve listed our top three ways sludge ...

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Sewage Plant

How can Money be made from Sewage?

Posted by Angus Fosten on January 4, 2016

The water industry’s seen a clever development take place from Vancouver based company Ostara who has found a way to not only make money from sewage, but also reduce water pollution. The new technology is capable of harvesting phosphorus and ammonia from municipal sewage treatment plants and then create fertiliser ...

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Paul Norman

Partech People: Meet Paul – Sales Engineer

Posted by Angus Fosten on December 14, 2015

We’ve got a new member of the Partech team and we’d like to introduce you… Meet Paul Norman! Paul’s joined us as a sales engineer and so we thought we’d ask him a few questions so you could get to know him better. Hi Paul! You’re the newest Partech team member, ...

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Meet the Partech Distributor – Stig Wahlström

Posted by Angus Fosten on December 10, 2015

This month we spoke to Hannu Toroi at our distributor Stig Wahlström in Finland to ask his opinion on Partech, take a look at what he had to say… How long have you been affiliated with Partech? We first became involved with Partech in 2012. We were drawn to Partech water instruments ...

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Dip Sensor

Partech Water Instruments Case Study: China’s Success with Partech’s Clever Sensors!

Posted by Angus Fosten on December 7, 2015

Ronghuai Water Group uses Partech water instruments in 20 of their water plants across China! Currently, the Watertechw2 pH8000 and TurbiTechw2 LA sensors are used in the plants. The Watertechw2 pH8000 sensor has been built with reliability in mind and offers accurate pH and temperature measurements. The sensor utilises a ...

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Welsh Water’s £184m Investment Project and Partech Water Instruments

Posted by Angus Fosten on December 3, 2015

One piece of water news that hit the headlines recently was the revelation that Welsh Water is investing £184m in the next six months in order to improve its supplies and infrastructure. The past six months have been less productive than the previous year for Welsh Water with profits hitting only ...

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Meet the Partech Water Instruments Distributor!

Posted by Angus Fosten on November 24, 2015

Each month we’ve been introducing you to one of our distributors—this month we spoke to Christophe at C2Plus in France. Hi Christophe! How long have you been affiliated with Partech? We’ve been associated with Partech for three years now, but we had connections for over 15 years as Mobrey France. We ...

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David Wilson

Travels with David – Coal Mining in Wales!

Posted by Angus Fosten on November 6, 2015

As regular Partech blog readers will know, our Sales Manager David is always out having a new adventure. He’s recently been around the world to Australia and New Zealand and last month he went to Wales! If you’ve been out and about in Merthyr Tydfil you may have spotted David visiting ...

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Mexico’s Uncovered Church and How to Monitor Reservoir Water

Posted by Angus Fosten on November 4, 2015

One storyline to hit the news recently was the 450-year-old Mexican church (named the Temple of Santiago or the Temple of Quechula) that emerged after a reservoir’s water level dipped due to drought. The stunning ruin of the 16th century structure has been hidden under 100ft of water since 1966. The ...

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