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How Clean Water Supplies can Benefit Your Business – From Coca Cola to Unilever

Posted by Angus Fosten on October 10, 2015

This month we’re looking at how clean water supplies are becoming integral to corporate success. We live in times of swift change, where urbanisation and population growth are ever increasing and because of this, there’s competition regarding water supply. It used to be seen as a philanthropic act to provide access ...

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Travels with David – Down Under, the WIOA Tradeshow Holiday Snaps and R2D2!

Posted by Angus Fosten on October 5, 2015

As you may know, our very own David Wilson went to Australia for the WIOA tradeshow… But he had some other exciting water based adventures too! David arrived in Australia on 25th August and spent a week visiting customers in Sydney and conducting technical training with one of Partech’s down-under ...

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Meet the Distributor – Process Plus

Posted by Angus Fosten on September 22, 2015

Last month we spoke to Fluidquip Australia to find out about their experiences as a Partech water instruments distributor; this month we spoke to Tom Mcfadyen at Process Plus, to ask him a few choice questions… How long have you been affiliated with Partech? Since I’ve had hair! We’ve been supplying instrumentation ...

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Dairy Crest – Dairy Effluent Treatment Case Study and Partech Water Instruments

Posted by Angus Fosten on September 15, 2015

In order to comply with environmental regulations, the food and beverage industry relies heavily on constant monitoring and control of wastewater and effluent, before discharge from the plant. Additionally, if process plants fail to be vigilant when it comes to monitoring all areas of waste treatment, the results can be ...

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The Cryptosporidium Water Crisis

Posted by Angus Fosten on September 10, 2015

One major event to strike the water industry recently, was the Lancashire Cryptosporidium water crisis. Cryptosporidium is a parasite found in livestock, which can have some severe consequences on the gastrointestinal system when ingested. Lancashire has seen 300,000 households suffer from a water contamination incident that’s forced residents to buy ...

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Fluidquip Australia

Partech Water Instruments – Travels with David

Posted by Angus Fosten on September 4, 2015

This month, our Sales Manager David Wilson is off on an adventure down under! David will be joining Partech Instrument distributor Fluidquip Australia in Bendigo for the Water Industry Operators Association of Australia (WIOA) tradeshow—the largest in the country! The 2nd and 3rd of September will see the WIOA’s 78th Annual ...

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Meet Our Distributors – Graham Smith of Fluidquip Australia

Posted by Angus Fosten on August 27, 2015

This month we thought we’d introduce you to one of our distributors so you can read about their experiences of working with Partech. We’ve interviewed Graham Smith of Fluidquip Australia to tell you why he chose to become a Partech water instrument distributor… How long have you been associated with ...

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Could you be the Partech Person we’re looking for?

Posted by Angus Fosten on August 20, 2015

Do you like the idea of embarking on a career with Partech? We currently have two job vacancies up for grabs and if you think you fit the bill, we’d love to hear from you! We have an open space for an engineer to join our team; if you’re innovative and ...

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Oil Sheen

Northern Ireland Water – WTW Intake Protection

Posted by Angus Fosten on August 12, 2015

There’s always the risk that any waterway could become inflicted with floating oil, especially if that waterway is used for boats and other oil-using sea crafts. Northern Ireland Water has a range of potable water plants in the Lough Erne and River Derg regions. They attract a number of tourists ...

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Partech OilTechw²

Product Focus: Floating Oil on Water Sensor

Posted by Angus Fosten on August 6, 2015

Oil contamination in any watercourse can have a profound effect on the environment, as well as the way in which water is treated. If visible oil manages to slip into a river, local wildlife can feel the impact. In an extreme scenario, floating oil can influence the food chain and ...

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