Thursday, 29 July 2021
We have a very special connection with this amazing organisation and support St Helena in various ways throughout the year.
Our staff and their families give their time to support hospice events and 2021 will be no exception.
For one particularly special event, Mike & his daughter will be climbing Kilimanjaro and aim to raise £12000! Training is already underway for this amazing challenge.
Climbing Africa’s highest mountain will be no mean feat and the adventure should see them standing on its peak on New Year’s Day 2022. If you would like to support Mike and Lizzie in this amazing challenge, please visit their sponsorship page.
Monday, 5 July 2021
Geoquip is featured in Water Industry Journal magazine.
Official figures show that April 2021 was both one of the driest Aprils on record for the UK – and the sunniest.
Changing climate patterns and the paucity of regular rainfall is just one of the reasons why many businesses, other organisations – and private individuals with large estates or gardens – choose to invest in a borehole.
Having their own borehole saves money on mains water costs and provides complete control over supplies, avoiding the potential of being left high and dry due to a burst pipe or the introduction of water restrictions.
In addition, borehole industry experts estimate that any organisation paying more than £5,000 a year on its water bills can save up to 40% by investing in a borehole...
Click here to read the full article: https://www.waterindustryjournal.co.uk/the-chemical-treatment-solution-targeting-borehole-contamination#
Monday, 5 July 2021
Installation of a TwistIIClean filter onto a thermal control device for the print industry
Product: TwistIIclean, Hydrodif fittings
Monday, 28 June 2021
Geoquip is featured in Potato Business magazine.
Potatoes are one of the most water-hungry crops and many potato farmers rely on boreholes for irrigation. Without proper maintenance however, boreholes can become contaminated with residue and biofilm, often caused by a build-up of iron-related bacteria (IRB). Pipes and borehole casings can become blocked, reducing the quantity and quality of water pressure, as one East Anglian farmer found out to his cost...
Click here to read the full article: https://www.potatobusiness.com/agro-news/borehole-bacteria-hampers-growers-irrigation-efforts/
Monday, 14 June 2021
Deterioration in quality and quantity of borehole water caused by iron-related bacteria at West Hill Golf Club
Product: BoreSaver Ultra C Pro, R-CAM 1000 XLT borehole camera