WRc Newsletter October 2018 - Treatment Processes

October 26, 2018 Categories: Latest News

 

WRc win contract to establish

an effective disinfection policy

WRc are delighted to announce the latest contract win for the Treatment Processes department. A UK Water Company has expressed its intention to apply best practice and demonstrate increased due diligence to the regulator and their customers. As a result WRc were approached to apply this concept as the basis for establishing an effective disinfection policy.  WRc have been tasked to utilise their extensive experience to provide a disinfection policy and compliance assessment tool.

 

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WRc delivers bespoke microbiological

and technical training

A UK Water Company had a stated need to improve the quality of the microbiological and technical training provided to their staff. It was found that current training materials tend to focus on organisation and systems rather than providing knowledge of the fundamentals of water supply hygiene. As a result WRc were asked to provide a training course for the company to increase the microbiological awareness of the company's public health team.

 

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WRc and Skanska

Water treatment plant commissioning

WRc is supporting Skanska in the commissioning of Bryn Cowlyd potable water treatment plant in North Wales. The plant is undergoing a major upgrade with new Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) plant and new Rapid Gravity Filters (RGFs) and WRc has seconded Nigel O'Donoghue of its Treatment Processes Team to support the commissioning.

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WRc hosts the Odour

Management User Group

On Thursday 18th October, WRc welcomed Odour Management Leads from a range of UK Water Companies to the WRc offices in Swindon.

 

This quarterly meeting brings together experts in this niche field to discuss practices, share case studies and hear presentations from consultants, technology providers and regulators to better inform activites related to the management of odour from treatment works.

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Venturi focus on water for people

This month Venturi is focusing on water availability for people and water reuse.

 

Venturi was born from a partnership between ARUP and WRc to help accelerate the uptake and invention of water technology and meet the challenge of the global water crisis.

 

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Next month...

Next month WRc's newsletter will focus on the news and project updates from its Asset Management Team.

 

SIMON AYLEY Key Account DirectorTel: +44 (0) 1793 865085