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The 1st of July saw the opening of our new purpose built pump servicing facility at our head office in Wolverhampton. Our upgraded facility allows us to carry out thorough inspections and regular maintenance checks of all makes of pneumatic pumps; this includes full performance testing for flow and discharge pressure. A comprehensive range of spares and accessories are held to enable a prompt and timely service of pumps.
Our service is supported by our digital pump data management system; this system creates a comprehensive report informing clients of all checks, data collected and repairs made during the onsite service exchange. This system can be used to track pumps as all locations of pumps can be traced back. We are currently in the process of developing an enhanced reporting system to include individual pump history and service records.
For further details please contact Adam Chell 01902 798798
After 2 days of intensive training we now have six of our engineers fully trained in the use of breathing apparatus. This investment has been made to support our landfill gas services and will allow us to work an area where there is a high concentration of hazardous gases.
They may look a little daft but at least we know they are safe!
The framework of suppliers, which has been set up by NLS to help meet the demands of its growing commercial portfolio, includes four providers of sample and field based services, one of which is enitial.
Ivor Parry, business development director at enitial said: “enitial is always striving to provide a high quality service and has worked with the National Laboratory Service (NLS) previously to provide a sampling service that is second to none. Being chosen as a preferred partner is testament to the unrivalled level of sampling and field based services we offer.”
Karen McKenzie Fawcett, head of commercial at the National Laboratory Service (NLS), added: “NLS prides itself on being a centre of excellence for environmental analysis so it is essential that our partners aspire to the same level of quality. NLS already has a strong delivery relationship with enitial working for clients such as Severn Trent Water. We look forward to working on more projects with them as our commercial laboratory services grow.”
The framework of preferred suppliers will support the NLS’ commercial activities to help meet the demands of a growing commercial portfolio. When a relevant opportunity arises, enitial will form part of the tender team to provide a competitive bid. If successful, enitial will manage, collect and report on samples which will then be analysed by NLS.