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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 £25m – the same time period in 2014 had reached a more favourable £43m. However, the profit loss is thought to be largely influenced by customer prices remaining 1% below inflation.

So what can be expected? Welsh Water are allocating £24m for an energy park, which will use solar and hydro power. The power will be utilised by a wastewater treatment plant in Wrexham.

Moreover, Wrexham’s Five Fords Wastewater Treatment Works will be undergoing an extreme makeover. The site will be converted into an energy facility, which will utilise a medley of power schemes on site, such as solar, advanced anaerobic digestion and hydro generation power.

Pembrokeshire will also enjoy some upgrades with £5m being spent on improving the drinking water supplies.

Sewer floods in west Wales may also be limited with Welsh Water willing to invest £25m into the project.

Partech Water Instruments and Welsh Water

Most of Partech’s water instruments are installed across Welsh Water, including the Micro Mac C Colorimetric Analysers. These handy single or multiparameter colorimetric analysers are extremely useful in industrial or treatment works where they require very little manual intervention or upkeep.

The MicroMac C has separate electronic and chemistry compartments and offers an extremely reliable online analyser. The patented Loop Flow Analysis System creates an extremely flexible way of analysing water, and is able to incorporate high temperature digestion or heating, UV digestion, and temperature controlled end point reactions all utilising either a visible light colorimeter or a fluorimeter. Take a look at the MicroMac C, here.

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