Monday, 12 March 2018
St Helena Hospice is looking for families to take on their most colourful fundraising event, involving people of all ages and abilities running or walking through walls of bubbles at the scenic High Woods Country Park in Colchester.
The event begins at 11pm on Saturday 9th June and will see participants walk, jog or run a 5km route with a difference. Each runner will encounter five ‘bubble stations’ where they will run through walls of colourful bubbles while high powered ‘bubble cannons’ blow out 30 cubic metres of bubbles a minute aimed at participants.
To find out more information and to enter the event, please visit St Helena Hospice website: http://www.sthelenahospice.org.uk/event/bubble-rush-2018
Tuesday, 30 January 2018
Geoquip Water Solutions stocks and supplies a wide range of Franklin Electric E-tech pumps, motors and control panels.
Please click here to see our range of Franklin Electric pumps and motors or please feel free to call us and discuss your enquiry +44 (0)1473 462046.
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Thursday, 25 January 2018
Borehole Engineering Services (BES) the borehole maintenance division of Drilcorp was recently commissioned by a specialist hydrogeological Consultant to overcome a biofouling problem on a major water production. Geoquip where pleased to see that our BoreSaver Well Rehabilitation product assisted with the successful rehabilitation and clean of the well.
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Saturday, 20 January 2018
This article considers the requirements for pumps in specialist applications including remediation projects where the ground is contaminated and environments that are potentially hazardous, chemically reactive or difficult. Geoquip has also seen a rise in requests for custom made and bespoke pumps for industrially and environmentally sensitive applications as the drive towards tighter regulation continues.
Wednesday, 15 November 2017
Geoquip Water Solutions are proud to support St Helena Hospice
Hospice care, or palliative care, means caring for someone rather than curing them.
St Helena Hospice exists to help local people with an incurable illness to live well and die with dignity and choice – our core services are provided for free and the majority of our work takes place in the community, in people’s homes.
The yearly cost to provide our services is around £8.9 million, we need help fundraising £6.2 million of that total.