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PPM News-August 2017

01/09/2017

August has been a quieter month in the UK primarily due to the summer vacation. Nevertheless, we have received purchase orders for our Proam ammonia monitor for a final effluent monitoring application in Severn Trent Water and from BMW to supply a continuous effluent discharge monitoring system. Additionally, two bespoke monitoring systems for final effluent turbidity measurement have been engineered for United Utilities. We have received several international orders which included the supply of portable turbidity monitors to Nigeria and our Proam ammonia technology to Taiwan. We are also pleased to announce that we have successfully completed our ISO19001:2015 manufacturing audit which has certified our manufacturing procedures to the latest quality standard.

PPM certified to ISO9001:2015 quality standard Following an intense and in-depth audit by Sira Certification Services PPM are pleased to announce our ISO 9001 recertification. Over the last few months we have been working towards the transition from ISO 9001:2008 to the latest ISO 9001:2015 standard which involved a new perspective in some key clauses with a focus on dealing with risks and opportunities. The necessary amendment made to our Quality Management System were assessed by the lead auditor and found to exceed the requirements of the new standard. This evaluation along with repeated third party annual audit checks, will take us through to August 2020.

Large Chicken factory in the South West commissions continuous monitoring supplied by PPM PPM has recently commissioned instrumentation for the analysis of Total Phosphate and Temperature, on the final effluent from a large Devon Chicken factory. The instrumentation was pre-installed within a walkin analyser kiosk by PPM complete with sample preparation, sample delivery, heating and lighting. Additionally, the BAFF treatment facility was monitored by a separate Ammonia monitor. All the data will be logged for reporting purposes.

BMW at Cowley purchase Protoc TOC analyser for continuous monitoring The BMW site at Cowley which manufactures the iconic Mini, has purchased a continuous waste-water quality monitoring system from PPM. The instrumentation comprises our Protoc 300 TOC analyser along with a Chemitec ortho-phosphate colorimeter complete with membrane sample preparation and an automatic air cleaning system, to reduce maintenance. The instrumentation will be pre-mounted by PPM on to PVC wall boards to simplify the site installation. The instrumentation will provide continuous measurement to allow plant optimisation and compliance with the discharge consent.

Semiconductor plant in Taiwan purchase the Proam ammonia analyser to monitor effluent Our agent in Taiwan has purchase another Proam ammonia analyser for a large semi-conductor plant in Taiwan. The ammonia analyser will be ranged 0-500PPM and used to provide continuous effluent measurement. The Micron facility manufactures NVDIMM-N; non-volatile flash storage to protect data loss during power failure in electronic devices.

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