Writing in GeoDrilling International magazine, Bryn Ager from Treewaters Control Systems, says borehole users are responding to changing weather patterns by adopting more regular cleaning programmes to keep water quality and quantity flowing. He also discusses the importance of maintenance for dewatering projects as well as irrigation.
Read all about it… Geoquip is featured in the latest issue of Turf Matters magazine.
Geoquip puts a firm focus on training and development so its team can provide the best solutions and handle product enquiries from customers.
Three of its employees have just returned from a trip to Franklin Electric (Europe) in Italy.
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Rowhedge couple Nina and Simon Crouchman are back on dry land after raising £11,000 for The Samaritans with a 66-day row across the Atlantic Ocean.
Boosted by sponsorship from Geoquip, the pair took on the Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge, leaving the Canary Islands in December and arriving in Antigua on February 16.
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Geoquip’s Mike Deed and his daughter Lizzie have good reason to celebrate after raising £15,000 in a momentous climb up Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania.
The pair were part of a six-strong team raising funds for St Helena Hospice in Colchester, and together they faced sleep deprivation, combined with mental and physical exhaustion, as well as coping with temperatures from +30oC to a snowy -15 oC.
Monies raised will go towards the Hospice’s funds for helping families in need. To add to Mike and Lizzie’s final fundraising total, please visit https://doris-stringer-1930-2015.muchloved.com/fundraising/events/194105719