Winners at the Water Industry Forum Impact Awards 2015
We are delighted to announce that we have been chosen as the winning entry in the category:-
Manufactured Products Award sponsored by NM GROUP
University of Manchester, School of Engineering & Analytical Science
Led by Prof. Krishna Persaud
‘MULTISENSOR – Non contact water pollution monitoring’
Prof. Krishna Persaud receiving the award with Brad Weaterton, Managing Director of Multisensor Systems Ltd
The awards celebrate UK university research which has had a real impact on the UK economy. Based upon the “Impact Case Studies” in university submissions to the Research Excellence Framework (REF), the Impact Case Studies for water-related 2014 REF submissions have been judged by senior representatives drawn from across the UK water industry.
Read all about the awards at the Water Industry Forum website here
Multisensor Systems provides industry leading protection for clean water treatment works and waste water installations and monitoring of the water distribution network.
Accidental spillage of fuels, oils and other organic chemicals and minimising emissions from processes is a corporate obligation. Multisensor can help you to be a leader in your community.
Multisensor technology is now being applied to the indoor environment. Monitoring of workplace conditions and manufacturing processes is a design and build issue. Multisensor can help.
Multisensor products are used to monitor groundwater for leakage and accidental spillage finding its way to the aquifer. Our high sensitivity products provide early warning of contamination and of fuel loss.
The protection of the environment: water, land and air, is Multisensor’s business. Standard and bespoke instrumentation is designed to provide the most advanced and reliable protection.
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