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ECS delivers access steelwork to support massive upgrades to London treatment works

ECS delivers access steelwork to support massive upgrades to London treatment works Thames Water is undertaking a ¬£675 million upgrade programme which will include a ¬£200 million expansion of the Crossness sewage treatment works (STW) and ¬£190 million expansion at Beckton STW, the largest in the UK, with completion due in 2014. To compliment the…

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Automated weedscreen clearance improves efficiency and safety of Lincolnshire pumping station

Automated weedscreen clearance improves efficiency and safety of Lincolnshire pumping station Maintaining the land drainage scheme in Lincolnshire is an important task for the Environment Agency (EA) and the pumping stations used to control water levels are protected by weedscreens to prevent damage to the pumps. The equipment at the Dirtness station had been in…

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ECS Engineering Services gains Archimedes Screw Pump expert

ECS Engineering Services gains Archimedes Screw Pump expert Having been recently appointed as the exclusive UK agent for Landustrie screw pump products, ECS Engineering Services and its Water Control Division has also gained the expert engineering services of Dave Bennion from screw pump manufacturers Landustrie. Dave will be working with in-house design and manufacturing engineers…