4 January 2023
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
14 November 2022
This year’s Borehole Users Conference was a key opportunity for Geoquip Water Solutions and Franklin Electric, as it put boreholes front and centre of discussions.
Held on November 3rd and organised by Envireau Water in collaboration with the British Soft Drinks Association, the event was held at Aspects at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire.
29 September 2022
Rowhedge couple Nina and Simon Crouchman will soon be taking on the biggest challenge of their life – the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge – billed as “the world’s toughest row”.
On December 11, they will set off from the Canary Islands on a 3,000-mile journey to Antigua, hoping to raise thousands of pounds for the Samaritans.
Geoquip Water Solutions is helping to support them on their journey after donating £1,500 to sponsor one of the lightweight carbon fibre oars, which will be embossed with the company’s logo and presented to it on return...
19 August 2022
After the driest start to the year since 1976, the Geoquip team says borehole pumps and motors are having to work harder than ever as water tables drop.
It is advising borehole users to prioritise maintenance checks to ensure equipment is not under undue stress and, if necessary, take action now to keep water flowing.
24 June 2022
When it comes to the UK’s drinking water, there can be no compromise on quality. Strict controls are in place to ensure it is safe to drink, yet when water companies need to use a chemical treatment solution to tackle a build-up of bacteria in a potable water supply borehole, there appears to be some confusion.