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Wessex Water selects Proam ammonia monitor for final effluent monitoring and awards PPM a supply framework
Wessex Water selects Proam ammonia monitor for final effluent monitoring and awards PPM a supply framework
Wessex Water has established a need to reliably and continuously monitor effluent ammonia concentration at a number of key wastewater sites and have awarded an instrument supply framework to Pollution & Process Monitoring (PPM) Ltd. These sites typically have an effluent consent of 5 mg/l or less and any failure to comply with the discharge consent could lead to hefty financial penalties under the OFWAT performance assessment.
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Welsh Water FDO evaluation performed in activated sludge at Cross Hands WwTW
FDO 700 IQ Sensor after 8 week trial
Pollution & Process Monitoring was invited to install instrumentation for evaluation at Cross Hands WwTW. The trial started 2 March 2010 and concluded 29 April 2010. The objective of the trial was two establish whether the FDO 700 IQ (the more recently developed optical DO sensor), would provide the same measurement performance as the site installed Trioxmatic 700 IQ sensors that have already demonstrated excellent performance and low maintenance.
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Welsh Water use PPM waste water monitors to control treatment
Welsh Water use PPM waste water monitors to control treatment
The Cross Hands WwTW has recently been revamped to increase it’s capacity and to completely automate the treatment process. The upgrade will accommodate future industrial expansion and allow the site to maintain compliance with strict discharge consents enforced by the Environment Agency.
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In-situ turbidity measurement within clarifier at Essex & Suffolk Water
In-situ turbidity measurement within clarifier at Essex & Suffolk Water
The ability to reliably measure turbidity within potable water treatment processes is important to indicate effective treatment. To ensure the most effective and reliable monitoring at Barsham water treatment works in Suffolk, an alternative approach to the more conventional off-line, flow through measurement, was investigated by Essex & Suffolk Water.
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Bespoke Engineered Systems
Bespoke Engineered Systems
Pollution and Process Monitoring is a leading manufacturer of water quality instrumentation but also recognises the need to deliver fully supported engineered systems.

Since the formation of the company in 1990, the supply of bespoke monitoring solutions has significantly contributed to the company’s growth.
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Turbidity monitoring at Sutton & East Surrey Water
Turbidity monitoring at Sutton & East Surrey Water
Sutton and East Surrey Water plc approached PPM during the summer 2003 to supply a suitable monitoring system to report turbidity at the Kenley WTW. The Kenley works produces up to 45 Ml/day, serving a population of 75,000 and is situated to the south-east of Croydon located in Surrey. The Works abstracts water from the underlying chalk aquifer and whilst the quality of the supply is very good, it has temporary hardness.
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SembCorp at Wilton UK makes further environmental investment
SembCorp, Wilton International Site, Teeside UK
Pollution and Process Monitoring is pleased to announce that SembCorp - the present owner of the Wilton International Site located in the UK, has committed to further investment in our Protoc TOC analysers.

SembCorp is a multi-facetted organisation with capability that spans the supply of Utilities, Environmental Engineering, Process Engineering and Logistics with a particularly strong presence in the Asia Pacific region.
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BP Hull continues to invest in PPM analyser technology
BP Hull continues to invest in PPM analyser technology
BP Chemicals in Hull are continuing to invest in environmental monitoring equipment manufactured by Pollution and Process Monitoring (PPM) Ltd.

The latest order worth over £60,000 is for an analyser kiosk internally engineered to a very high specification including stainless steel sample pipe work which provides sample distribution to the Total Organic Carbon (TOC) and pH instruments, in addition to automatic composite sample collection.
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JAGUAR CARS CHOOSE PPM TO HELP PROTECT LOCAL ENVIRONMENT
JAGUAR CARS CHOOSE PPM TO HELP PROTECT LOCAL ENVIRONMENT
Jaguar Cars contracted Pollution and Process Monitoring - PPM to supply an environmental monitoring station at their Brown’s Lane site, in Coventry. The system which was installed in April 2001 comprises several water quality monitors, ensuring that surface water discharged from the site is not accidentally polluted.
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PPM SUPPORTS NEW EFFLUENT MONITORING OPPORTUNITIES AT KELLOGG’S
PPM SUPPORTS NEW EFFLUENT MONITORING OPPORTUNITIES AT KELLOGG’S
Pollution and Process Monitoring Limited - PPM has installed a Protoc TOC - Total Organic Carbon Web Effluent Analyser at Kellogg’s Manchester Plant, Trafford Park, to help Kellogg’s improve its monitoring and analysis capabilities, as well as reduce its effluent charges bill.
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GLAXO WELLCOME* INSTALL THREE MORE PROTOC®™ TOC ANALYSERS
GLAXO WELLCOME* INSTALL THREE MORE PROTOC®™ TOC ANALYSERS
The Ulverston site has made a further capital commitment to the environment, by installing three new interceptor pits with continuous TOC - Total Organic Carbon monitors, costing nearly, £1 million. The three analysers were installed in August 1999 to monitor individual sewer discharges and minimise site spillages, as part of a comprehensive scheme named the "Environmental Perpnce Improvement Project".
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MATTHEW CLARK UPGRADES EFFLUENT MONITORING AND CONTROL
MATTHEW CLARK UPGRADES EFFLUENT MONITORING AND CONTROL
Matthew Clark Brands Limited has upgraded the control and monitoring facilities for the discharge of site effluent at its Shepton Mallet cider mill. The Mill produces some of the country's best known brands of ciders and perrys, including Blackthorn Gaymer's Olde English, Diamond White, K premium cider and Babycham. It utilises a sophisticated real time on-line monitoring and control system based on Pollution & Process Monitoring Ltd's (PPM) acclaimed PROTOC® analysers.
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For further information on how PPM can support your instrumentation requirement please contact:

Steven Tuck
Pollution & Process Monitoring Ltd
Tel: 01732 882044
Fax: 01732 780190

Email: s.tuck@pollution-ppm.co.uk