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Travels with Paul – Quarries and Wastewater Treatment Works

Posted by Angus Fosten on March 7, 2016

We followed Paul’s visits in February so we could show you just what a Partech sales engineer does! The month started off in Romsey where Paul carried out a site survey at a very muddy quarry… Paul went to see if Partech could help with their flocculent dosing control. The Partech ...

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Glass of Water

Flint Michigan Water Crisis: Update

Posted by Angus Fosten on March 2, 2016

Last month we got you up to speed with the Flint Michigan Water Crisis to show you how events like this can take place, which you can read here. This month we’re looking at the progress made since the initial onset to look at how things have been developing… Since our ...

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SludgeWatch 715

Product Focus – SludgeWatch 715 Sludge Blanket Detector

Posted by Angus Fosten on February 18, 2016

For our Partech instrument product focus this month, we’re looking at our portable 715 sludge blanket detector. It’s one of our most popular products with distributors all over the world and it’s not surprising as to why people like it so much… This little sludge blanket detector makes it really easy ...

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Harbour

Why we Love Working in Cornwall

Posted by Angus Fosten on February 10, 2016

We’re lucky here at Partech instruments as we’re based in a stunning part of the country, surrounded by gorgeous rugged coastlines and plenty of wildlife. If you need more reasons to love working in Cornwall, we’ve listed a few below! 1) There’s Always Somewhere Beautiful to Go Whether it’s an after work ...

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Water

Flint Michigan Water Crisis

Posted by Angus Fosten on February 4, 2016

The situation in Flint Michigan has been steadily deteriorating and there’s still some time before experts predict an end in sight. It’s reached the point where celebrities such as Cher and Pearl Jam have donated water or money for the affected towns and people living in them. But what exactly happened? In ...

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Paul Norman Site Work

Travels with Paul: Breweries and Water Sites

Posted by Angus Fosten on February 2, 2016

Each month we’re going to show you what the Partech team have been up to and today we’re sharing the recent adventures of our sales engineer, Paul! Paul’s on the road a lot and so we managed to pin him down to tell us what he’s been up to. Paul started the ...

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Bryan Martin

Meet the Partech Team – Bryan Martin – Purchasing and Planning Controller

Posted by Angus Fosten on January 18, 2016

This month we wanted to introduce you to Bryan, our new Partech Purchasing and Planning Controller. Hi Bryan, you’re new to the Partech team; tell us a little about yourself? Well, I’m a keen and hardworking person who’ll always go the extra mile—I like to grab life and live it to the ...

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Landfill

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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FST

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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