Waste water specialist strengthens its ARM

Posted: Friday 15th June 2012

One of the UK’s leading specialists in the design and implementation of natural waste water treatment solutions has strengthened its consulting team across the South of England with the appointment of an aquatic ecologist.

ARM Group Limited (ARM), based in Rugeley – Staffordshire, has appointed Stephen Allen as a senior consultant to manage its clients in the fisheries, golf, urban development and water sectors.

Stephen brings with him a wealth of experience and joins from Aqueous Consultants where he has spent the past five years delivering a range of water-based solutions including Environmental Impact Assessments, design of fish farms and nature reserves, river flow rejuvenation projects and reed-bed filtration systems.

Tori Sellers, a director at ARM, says: “We pride ourselves on delivering cost-effective solutions to businesses looking to reduce their carbon footprint whilst lifting their environmental performance.

“That calls for continual improvement and bringing in fresh expertise to challenge our thinking and help us develop new systems.

“Stephen’s appointment both strengthens the skills and depth of our team’s experience in addition to opening up new business growth areas,” says Tori.

Based in the south, Stephen will be responsible for managing existing clients as-well-as showcasing ARM’s expertise to potential new business prospects.

“ARM has been at the fore-front of wastewater treatment solutions since the 1980s and its ability to continually innovate and deliver new reed-bed and wetland technologies has set it apart from its competitors,” says Stephen.

“Over the next few months I will be working with our existing clients in addition to extending our influence in the fisheries and golf sectors.”

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