The WWETT show is the largest exhibition of its kind in the world and for over 30 years it has been the major attraction for industry exhibitors to showcase their brightest, and newest innovations and products to professionals in the sector.
Shaun was one of the 7,000+ representatives who visited the exhibition to view exhibits and products from more than 50 countries; alongside live demonstrations, entertainment and informative industry orientated sessions.
The seminars ran over 3 days and provided industry-related educational sittings from a variety of water and wastewater topics. They ranged from informative gatherings on technical performance, hands on maintenance, using septic control panels and informative sessions on wastewater microbiology and reducing the carbon footprint.
Water Quality Testing
Challenger Site Services extracts millions of litres of water each year from the United Utilities water main. This water is subsequently used in the supply of portable sanitation products and services delivered to its customer base. The team at Challenger have drawn up processes and procedures to ensure that the risks from Legionella are virtually eliminated. This is due to their frequent water quality testing and cleaning of the depot tank and the vehicle mounted water storage tanks.
A planned approach is taken in respect of both Legionella testing and Potable Water testing (Coliform and E. coli); this is carried out twice per year throughout the summer and winter. This testing, analysis and reporting is currently undertaken by: Green Compliance Water Division, in Worcester
A planned approach is also taken in respect of general bacteria testing; currently this is carried out four times per year – spring, summer, autumn and winter. Testing is currently undertaken in house using dip-slides.
Challenger Site Services believe they are unique in their water quality testing processes. Ensuring our products and services reach the optimum quality standards and reassuring our clients that they can rely on exemplary cleanliness and service.