We are actively seeking to engage both fully skilled and trainee water treatment engineers, to operate from our Beckenham Office. The main area of work will be the South East, but our engineers do travel to all parts of the UK including Eire and the Channel Islands.
Skilled engineers should have full knowledge and experience of disinfections and closed system cleaning, and should preferably know how to repair water softeners. Trainees should initially be prepared to work on sites with the skilled engineers and to learn all aspects of water treatment.
All applicants must be over 25 years of age, possess a full clean UK driving licence, hold a current CSCS card and no convictions.
We offer a competitive package for the right person, salary according to experience. Company vehicles, PPE and uniforms are supplied.
Please apply by forwarding your CV to email@example.com or by post to Aldous & Stamp (Services) Ltd., 86-90 Aldous Road, Beckenham, Kent BR3 4SA
In our industry, the need to obtain a Trade Effluent Permit before discharging water down the drain during system cleaning is essential, as is the requirement to discharge only within the parameters detailed in the permit itself, i.e., flow, volume and chemical make-up.
We are told, on many occasions by our clients that a permit is an extra cost they don’t want to pay. When we advise them that it’s a strict requirement of the 1991 Water Industry Act and that it’s illegal to discharge without the permit, we are often given unwelcome comments.
Well, an environmental services company in the Midlands has just been fined £47,000 with £14,000 in costs for discharging waste into the local sewer network at levels above the limits set down by the water company………..hopefully an example of how not to ignore regulations.
We have just been audited for Health and Safety by our good friend Shabbir Halai of SITK and he has given us a clean bill of health, with a few extra pointers to ensure we stay that way. We have been working with SITK for several years now and they keep us up-to-date with all our Health and Safety compliance. We cannot praise them enough for the work they do on our behalf and we are pleased retain their services as our external H&S adviser.
Our association with QMS, the company responsible for certificating us to BS EN 9001;2008 has been acquired by the Citation Group and QMS will now be known as QMS International. Consequently, they have issued us with a new ’9001′ Certificate.
Our latest audit by last month was successful goes back to 1996 and our letterheads have carried the old QMS logos. As time and stationery stocks permit, the old logo will be replaced by the new version shown below.
We are pleased to report that we have again secured the annual SSIP certificate for Health & Safety from Acclaim Accreditation, a service offered by Constructionline to companies that can display good health and safety practices for construction site working.