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Water Switching the Key to Asset and Environmental Performance, Say ACWA

November 20
09:12 2012

Until recently only the very largest commercial water users could switch water supplier. Now with the threshold for switching very substantially reduced the potential market has expanded from just 2,000 to almost 30,000 businesses. For many large and multi-site businesses this new-found ability to choose a single water retailer could bring benefits which extend well beyond billing, as new entrants to the supply market will also offer bundle deals to include comprehensive water management packages.

Bob Hastings of ACWA Services.

Leading process water specialists ACWA Services believe that for many businesses outsourcing the operation and maintenance of their water and wastewater assets makes perfect sense when the potential to deliver improved operational efficiency and environmental performance is factored in.

For over 25 years ACWA have been working with customers in industry to improve asset and environmental performance, deliver plant optimisation and derive ongoing savings from day-to-day operational efficiencies. The company provides advanced, robust solutions, ranging from packaged plants for simple, easy additional treatment to highly tailored individual systems to meet the most exacting requirements and help businesses ensure compliance, increase efficiency, reduce costs and minimise their carbon footprint.

The legislative changes will mean that increasingly businesses will expect better, more comprehensive water and wastewater services to be provided and at a competitive price and from their supplier. And with its all-embracing suite of water and wastewater treatment technologies, which can be leveraged to provide the full spread of services that businesses need ACWA believe they are ideally placed to partner the players in this new market across the UK.

The company certainly has a formidable track record in this area, having undertaken projects across a wide range of industrial sectors. And it’s ‘own-brand’ technologies have become an industry benchmark  for quality and reliability, including the Amtreat® ammonia removal process, the Nitreat® nitrate removal system and the Memtreat® Membrane BioReactor  technology.

Bob Hastings of ACWA Services, explains: “We see his as an opportunity to do more of what we are doing directly with customers already by partnering the new market entrants. Our cost-effective, optimised technologies can help drive down costs and help commercial customers meet their increasing legislative responsibilities. We are therefore very well positioned to be the partner of choice in this exciting new market which could prove to be the catalyst for commercial water customers to improve asset and environmental performance.”

For further information contact ACWA on Tel +44 (0) 1756 794794 or visit www.acwa.co.uk.

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