Turnbull and Selwood team up to help deliver multi-billion pound nuclear power project at Hinkley Point C EDF Energy is building two nuclear reactors at Hinkley Point C in Somerset – the first in a new generation of nuclear power stations that will together produce low-carbon electricity for around 6 million UK homes.
Submersibles enable pumping station refurbishment As a specialist in engineering schemes in the water and construction industries, J N Bentley’s teams called on Selwood’s Pumping Solutions team to help with a project which involved the total refurbishment of the Environment Agency's pumping station in Doncaster.
Specialists up against time at water treatment works Bristol Water has a major water treatment works where the operation relies upon ozone tanks which are key to the purification process. There is usually an empty tank so when maintenance is required they can isolate the tank and use the empty one while works are carried out.
Pump solutions at Hinkley Point C are a textbook example of close collaboration with partners EDF Energy is building two nuclear reactors at Hinkley Point C in Somerset – the first in a new generation of nuclear power stations that will together produce low-carbon electricity for around 6 million UK homes.
Victoria Clough culvert refurbishment The Environment Agency has worked in partnership with local authorities and Yorkshire Water to develop schemes to reduce the flood risk in Lancashire. A significant contributor to the problem was the Victoria Clough Culvert, which carries water under the town of Earby.
Canwick terminal pumping station overpumping Anglian Water supplies water and water recycling services to more than six million customers in the East of England. The company runs a total of 1,257 water treatment works, one of which is in Canwick, Lincolnshire, which developed a problem in March 2019.
Overpumping solution for re-lining project Wessex Water needed to arrange for a specialist contractor to re-line the concrete MCERTS channel at Shepton Mallett STW in Somerset. Temporary overpumping was required to keep the work area dry for the contractors whilst keeping the sewage treatment works live.
Treatment works keep flowing thanks to Selwood specialists Selwood’s pumping solutions team stepped in to minimise disruption at a Southern Water treatment works when a failed pump needed replacement. Selwood pump rental team were called out to an outfall station at Shoreham-by-Sea, where a canister pump had developed a fault.
Super Silent solution to sewage pumping problem Wessex Water’s Brent Knoll Flood Relief scheme included construction of a new sewage pumping station (SPS), decommissioning of two existing ones and the refurbishment and modification of another to relieve flooding issues experienced in the village of Brent Knoll, on the edge of Sedgemoor, Somerset.
Selwood helps Royal Navy with decommissioning of HMS Ocean When Speedy was first approached by Babcock International to provide a solution to their client’s specialist pumping requirement on board the former HMS Ocean, they immediately turned to their strategic partner and specialist pump supplier Selwood.
Selwood electric rental pumps provide innovative solution in complex indoor overpumping application Cappagh Browne, an operational partner for Southern Water, needed an overpumping installation to divert flows while it carried out relining works on underground pipes at a surface water pumping station in Southampton.
Time-lapse video captures complex river project in Scotland Selwood’s versatile team of pump solutions specialists in Scotland tamed the River Urr to enable a client to carry out an open cut excavation of the riverbed. The client called upon Selwood’s expertise to ensure the excavation area was kept dry for the duration of the works.
Selwood pumps provide robust solution during flood defence scheme Selwood provided the ideal overpumping solution during a major flood defence infrastructure upgrade. The S150 Super Silent electric provided a robust solution for Wessex Water that minimised risk to the environment and prevented disruption to the local community.
High Head pumps ensure secure water supply for thousands of homes and businesses Households and businesses rely on a secure water supply and water companies cannot risk the network being compromised. Welsh Water was presented with such a scenario that required robust and ultra-reliable solutions when a pipe suspended beneath a pedestrian footbridge had to be replaced.
Selwood's strategic pumping solution protects homes from sea surges Four years ago homes and businesses along the east coast of England were flooded in what was the most significant sea-surge generated flood in half a century. Since then the Water Management Alliance (WMA) has been working with partners to provide a long-term solution.
Selwood solids handling pump is the answer to quarry quandary For established quarrying company and concrete products supplier E&JW Glendinning, keeping environmental impact to a minimum is a primary concern. The company was in need of expertise to help it solve a particular problem at its Pigsdon Quarry site at Bude, in Cornwall.
Temporary solution goes with the flow Water companies require non-interruption of services via seamless operation to keep the flow flowing, when vital repairs are necessary. That’s where solutions expertise and industry understanding of 24/7 requirements for vital resources allowed Selwood to step in.
Electric submersibles and teamwork solve water main leak problems Selwood’s pump rental teams are renowned for their responsiveness and problem-solving abilities – qualities which were put to the test following an urgent callout from Anglian Water. The alert started with a suspicious patch of wet road surface and ended up as a huge project.
Teamwork ensures seamless service at sewage treatment works Consistent and seamless operation is essential to water companies, which means any potential problems must be dealt with as soon as they are spotted. This was the case when Selwood pump rental specialists were called upon by Netheridge Sewage Treatment Works in Gloucester.
Contacts are key in sewage leak operation Urgent action was needed when a badly damaged rising main started releasing sewage into a river used for pleasure cruising, rowing, and fishing. United Utilities called on Selwood when the problem in the River Irwell, Manchester, came to light on a Friday afternoon.