Innovation ‘Green light’ from Southern Water for Oxford Flow's technology
Oxford Flow has been given the ‘green light’ through to the next stage of innovation deployment by Southern Water.
This follows British Water’s Innovation Exchange event with Southern Water at the National East Sussex on the 7th June. The event provided an excellent opportunity for a number of experts from within the water and wastewater industries the chance to showcase their products and solutions directly to decision-makers at Southern Water, who were then able to judge which businesses and technologies matched their current challenges and potentially offered value.
At the event - which focussed on the areas of Off-site, Resource Recovery, Carbon and Environment, Process, Control & Monitoring and Information modelling -Oxford Flow presented technical information and case studies of its innovative IP Series pressure reducing valve (PRV). Recent successful field trials with utility businesses including Veolia, Anglian Water and Northumbrian Water were also highlighted.
Discussing the Innovation Exchange, Christopher Leonard, Business Development Director at Oxford Flow commented:
“This event was a fantastic opportunity not only to share our own solutions for calming water networks and minimising leakage with our pressure control equipment but also learn more about other innovations in the water industry.
We’re delighted to be selected to progress to the next stage by Southern Water and look forward to sharing more about our product range with them in the near future.”