Edge Hill University appoint water treatment experts WCS Group

By: James Greenwood on May 1, 2018

Edge Hill College opened in Liverpool in 1885 as the first non-denominational teacher training college. From its origins, Edge Hill University now has a student population of over 23,000. It has awarded water treatment service support to WCS Group.   

Edge Hill University recently awarded the water treatment service support to WCS Group. The University is campus based on an attractive, award-winning 160-acres, which has undergone significant development over recent years and now consists of 96 buildings including faculty, accommodation and support services.

The vision is to be the University of choice for students and staff in the region. The University’s Strategic Plan is supported by five cross-cutting themes, one of which is sustainability including a reduction in water consumption by 5%. Edge Hill is committed to be a socially responsible university; minimising the impact on the environment and having a positive impact in both the local and global communities.

WCS Group are providing scheduled water hygiene, project engineering services to ensure compliance with ACoP L8 and chemical treatment programmes designed to reduce energy and water consumption maximising operating efficiency.

WCS Group’s Ken O’Brien: “Edge Hill University are clearly focused on providing the finest facilities for students and staff and WCS are determined to play an active role in the future development of the campus”.

WCS Group is a leading water treatment expert. We tailor water treatment, process control and monitoring to specific site requirements using best in class solutions that are benchmarked to the sectors our customers operate in and that fully meet expected regulations. WCS Group handle water for over 23 of the top-60 UK universities.

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Topics: Water Treatment, Sustainability & Compliance, Education

James Greenwood

Written by James Greenwood

James Greenwood as been working in the Water Treatment and Water Hygiene Industry for over 20 years. He is currently the Sales and Marketing Director for WCS Group the largest water hygiene and treatment Company in the UK. James has been instrumental in bringing significant innovations to the UK market over the years always focusing on enhancing client’s compliance and delivering true return on investment projects offering monetary and environmental savings.