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BBC Countryfile visits Manchester International Airport & features PPM water quality monitoring instrumentation

BBC Countryfile visits Manchester International Airport & features PPM water quality monitoring instrumentation
02/08/2017

PPM’s Protoc TOC instrumentation was featured during a recent Countryfile broadcast (Sunday 30 July 2017) when the presenter Sean Fletcher visited Manchester Airport and met with Mark Stewart and Adam Perry from the Environment Team. The program explained how major engineering and constant monitoring was able to minimise the environmental impact from the busy international Airport on the surrounding countryside. Mark Stewart was filmed sampling perfectly clear surface water from the runoff before it enters the local River Bollin which passes under Runway 2. He explained that the constant monitoring which was supplied by Pollution and Process Monitoring Ltd., was an integral part of the Airport’s control system which could seal off the drainage system within 6 minutes, if an event was detected. Sean Fletcher the Countryfile presenter could be heard saying to Mark Stewart, “It’s an amazing system you’ve got” after sampling the runoff which enters the River supporting brown trout and even otters. Some screen shots from the footage, show the Airport’s operations and the continuous water quality monitoring supplied by Pollution & Process Monitoring Ltd.

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