ESG is Appointed to Procurement For All Water Hygiene Framework

Posted: Wednesday 25th January 2017

ESG, provider of testing, inspection and compliance services, has earned a place on the Procurement For All (PFA) Water Hygiene Framework.

The national framework has been established to secure the most suitable Water Hygiene service providers for PFA's members. In fact, the dedicated procurement solutions provider is committed to delivering service excellence and appointing experts in their field, such as ESG, ensures that this service excellence can continue.

Over the course of the four year agreement, the OJEU compliant framework will enable a drawdown exercise, with those service providers deemed most suitable in terms of service expertise and location, to select the best possible supplier for each scenario, meaning clients can ensure that they will meet their brief with a quality service, at a suitable cost.

ESG has been appointed on the national Water Hygiene framework due to the organisation's proven expertise in providing services such as legionella risk assessments, in-house chemical and microbiological sampling and analysis, as well as ongoing monitoring programmes to support compliance with ACoP L8.

PFA's water hygiene framework covers the appointment of suitable contractors for the provision of water hygiene services, including the periodic testing of water quality and maintenance of water storage tanks, making ESG an ideal choice.

Norman Sleeth, managing director of ESG's Built Environment Services, said: "ESG's Built Environment Services team offers water hygiene services and expertise to help our clients remain compliant. Our national offer means that we have the capacity and capability to support PFA's Water Hygiene framework across the UK and we are looking forward to supporting them in continuing to deliver service excellence for their clients."

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