NI Water appoints CDEnviro to their framework for Grit Removal and Treatment Systems
Cookstown company CDEnviro has been appointed onto the Northern Ireland Water's IF005 Screens Framework for Grit Removal and Treatment Systems with its S:MAX sludge screening unit.
CDEnviro has successfully met the NI Water qualification process for grit removal and treatment systems and has been identified as a suitably qualified and experienced supplier in this sector. This acceptance to the framework has been based on meeting strict requirements in relation to financial stability, health and safety, environmental and quality standards. CDEnviro will now be invited to tender for all relevant NI Water projects.
The CDEnviro equipment that will be supplied will be the S:MAX sludge screening unit. The S:Max is currently in operation with some of the major water utilities in the UK and is delivering industry leading screenings capture. The 3 models that will be supplied to NI Water are the S:MAX SRU:10, S:MAX SRU:15 and S:MAX SRU:25.
The S:Max screenings removal unit is designed to handle a variety of materials including sewage sludge (primary and imported), septic tank sludge and industrial sludge with the specific aim of reducing screenings content in these materials. It represents a significant development of the technology available to the sludge screening market offering operators enhanced health and safety on site, greater operational efficiencies, maximum screenings removal and minimal operator intervention.
Stephen Truesdale, Head of Integrated Procurement at Northern Ireland Water commented "CDEnviro was selected for appointment to the new IF005 Screens Framework following a rigorous tender and evaluation process. NI Water is delighted to have CDEnviro on board and looks forward to working with this locally based company for the provision of screening equipment going forward"
CDEnviro Technical Sales Manager, Darren Eastwood commented, "We are delighted to be the only Northern Ireland-based company to achieve qualification in this sector and look forward to working with NI Water in 2015 and beyond."
For further information please email CDEnviro