The Water Quality Debate: Why Science matters in the cleaning of service reservoirs

Today on EddyVision our Chief Executive, Jim Panton starts a discussion on the best way to achieve water quality in the distribution network using enhanced cleaning methods. Our view on the best way to clean a service reservoir – avoiding high pressure washing! High pressure can do damage to an asset while not necessarily achieving an effective clean. We don’t want to damage your valuable assets.  What do you think? Why not join the discussion and give us your views?

What do you think? Why not join the discussion and give us your views?

2 Comments on “The Water Quality Debate: Why Science matters in the cleaning of service reservoirs”

  1. I live in Blackburn, Aberdeenshire in an area where the water supply is from Scottish Waters Mannofield
    West reservoir. I was informed that your reservoir cleaning contract for this reservoir was ceased by Scottish Water some time ago, possibly 2 years. Just after your cleaning contract’s end my domestic water supply was infested by bio films. I have had the system completely flushed through by Cleartech.
    They gave the all clear and I believed that was the end of the bio film problem but after about 2 months the black slime appeared again. I believe that the cause of the bio films was the stopping of the reservoir cleaning contract with Pantons. I am not the only householder in Blackburn to complain about the appearance of bio films in their water supply and would appreciate your input as the water quality we have is very poor because of the bio films. Thanks.
    James Cowe.

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