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Following on from a vulnerable site failure last week, local engineers collaborated with our national installation team to resolve a sampling issue on a Friday afternoon just before the bank holiday. the site owner commented:
I just wanted to say thank you for going out your way on Friday to visit our site and understanding the urgency of the ammonia monitor fail and pulling out all the stops to get it rectified on the same day. We are carrying a big risk here with our RBC not fully treating and without that ammonia monitor we would have been running the site blind. Thank you for organising the contractors to cut the gridding and replace the pumps, I really appreciate the effort you went to.
An excellent result coming from an explemplary demonstration of team work.
Yorkshire Water have a number of Ammonia monitors installed in final effluent and aeration lane applications. Initially we were asked to review the condition of the monitors and the quality/serviceability of the existing installations. Subsequent to this we were invited to tender to relocate existing units, and to install new systems on the final effluent points of a number of key sites, our tender was successful and we are just about to start performing the work. We have also been awarded a two year maintenance agreement for the monitors on these key sites such that as soon as they are commissioned they will fall under our service contract.
The project is to design, build, install and commission final effluent instrumentation packages, to monitor the levels of Phosphate, Ammonia and Turbidity in the final effluent from specific waste water treatment works in the Severn Trent region.
The project is to design, build, install and commission final effluent instrumentation kiosks, to monitor the levels of Phosphate and Iron in the final effluent from 30 specific waste water treatment works in the Southern Water region. This project is ongoing and to date we have completed 20 kiosks with a further 10 to be completed over the next 9 months.
We have a commercial agreement with Anglian Water Services to maintain the Ammonia monitors on the final effluent from the majority of their waste water treatment works. A large proportion of the installed base of equipment is in excess of 10 years old and as such a lot of the analysers are reaching the end of their asset life and some are becoming uneconomical to repair.