HAIGH LOOK POSITIVELY TOWARDS A STRONG AMP PERIOD WITH SECURED FRAMEWORKS AND INNOVATIONS IN PLACE

Posted: Friday 19th November 2010

Building on implementation successes, innovation and developments in AMP4, Haigh are delighted to announce that they have secured a large number of frameworks to continue delivering robust and sustainable systems for Small Screens and Prefabricated Inlets in AMP5.

Strong, longstanding relationships with the key framework contractors have been essential in helping to deliver low risk, high performance inlet solutions to the end users.

The continuous feedback from all parties involved has been a significant contributory factory in the formulation of Haigh’s strategy of innovation; delivering tangible, cost effective benefits to the customers, who include Severn Trent, Southern Water, Wessex Water, Anglian, South West, Yorkshire, Scottish Water and Northumbrian Water.

Notable innovations include the introduction of the new ACE Bandscreener to compliment the existing ACE Screener and ACE Inlet systems, as well as the up-rated LS405 liquid separator unit, and the Macipump Storm system.

David Freeman, Haigh's Wastewater division manager notes "In this industry a long term view is essential and we strive to ensure that our systems provide the customer with the solution that they need, not just for the next five years, but for the foreseeable future. We are delighted that our core customers appreciate this as shown by the number of framework contracts that have been awarded."

With a pipeline of work and a progressive product development plan in place, innovation in water treatment is alive and well at Haigh, setting things up for an interesting and positive AMP period.




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