Aquabio appoints new Sales Engineer confirming industry success

Posted: Friday 13th February 2015

Aquabio, the UK's market leader in the reuse of industrial water, has appointed Chris Heslegrave as its new Sales Engineer. The appointment follows Aquabio's recent industry successes. The company has for example, recently been awarded a contract for a 2.6MLD (Mega Litres per Day) wastewater treatment and water reuse plant at Dairy Crest's Severnside Dairy in Gloucester, and completed a 0.7MLD Filtration Plant for Shepherd Neame Brewery, in Kent, Great Britain's oldest brewery. These two projects alone have the capacity to reuse enough water to supply a domestic population of 12,000.

Reporting to Sales Manger Chris Woods, Chris brings 12 years relevant experience in the waste water treatment and water reuse sectors. His role will be to enhance relationships with existing customers still further, ensuring projects are being fulfilled and optimise leads and generate enquiries and further interest in Aquabio.

Commenting on his appointment Chris said: "This is an exciting role and I relish the challenge of working for such a forward thinking environmentally astute company. Businesses are far more aware that not only is water a precious resource but that it should not be wasted and can be harnessed again. My role will include identifying companies and to advise them on the best methods to reduce wastage and reuse of water.

Chris Woods said: "Chris's appointment is a welcome addition to the team. Aquabio provides innovative technologies to provide clean water. We develop persuasive solutions that make industrial processes more economical, preserve resources and protect our environment."

Photo caption to read: Aquabio latest recruitment, Sales Engineer Chris Heslegrave (left) with Sales Manager Chris Woods at the Shepherd Neame brewery in Faversham, Kent, Britain's oldest brewery, producing a range of cask ales and filtered beers. Aquabio constructed a state of the art waste water treatment plant which was totally automated and features Aquabio's own software and remote access for plant monitoring. Benefits to the customer include: lower water consumption and wastewater volume; wastewater discharge cost saving to sewer significantly lower, space saving construction in existing building; consistent high grade water quality for reuse; low energy consumption, flexible operation and energy management

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