Water Compliance Solutions secures placement on Framework Agreement at the University of York
Water Compliance Solutions are celebrating securing a place on a contractor Framework Agreement to provide water treatment services at the University of York.
Established in 2013, Water Compliance Solutions provide a comprehensive service to businesses, institutions and individuals that have a statutory requirement to provide safely managed water systems to their employees and visitors.
Based in Yorkshire, the company has rapidly expanded since their incorporation and now employs a competent skilled team of engineers and assessors covering the entire country.
Martin Hillam commented: “It’s always a pleasure for us to work with one of the great educational establishments in Yorkshire. The University regularly sets a strong example to others on how to effectively maintain and treat their water supplies. Safety of staff, visitors and students is clearly a priority here and that is to be commended”.
“The education sector has always been an important part of the work we do, and ensuring compliance and safety when dealing with children and young adults is a priority in our industry”
“We’re proud of our close ties with the University of York, and many colleges and schools in the area, and hope to see this continue and grow going forward.”
Established in 1963, The University of York is celebrating its’ fifth year of membership of The Russell Group in 2017 and is consistently recognised as a top 20 performing University.
On the campus, numerous water supplies are in place which require testing, with some buildings on site dating back to as early as 1568. Recently, the campus has been bolstered by a recent £750 million campus expansion which has seen the opening of seven new purpose built buildings. The University also boasts the largest plastic bottomed lake in Europe.
Water Treatment service providers, such as Water Compliance Solutions, are required to test and treat water supplies in homes, schools and other structures to comply with government standards and regulations.