Selwood’s Hampshire Head Office is covered with fantastic festive designs thanks to a drawing competition run for the company’s staff.
Selwood CEO Chris Garrett invited employees to encourage their children, grandchildren, neices and nephews to draw a picture representing what Christmas meant to them.
The result was dozens of designs featuring Santa, reindeer, Christmas trees, snowmen and the occasional piece of Selwood plant and pump equipment!
Selwood will be exhibiting with their French distributors, DMTP, alongside 2,500 companies at Pollutec 2016 in France this month.
It will be the 27th exhibition of its kind, aimed at the environmental equipment, technologies and services industry. Pollutec takes place at the Eurexpo in Lyon from 29th November to 2nd December 2016 and 60,000 industry professionals are expected to attend.
Selwood and DMTP are located on stand 118 in Hall 6, Aisle G you will be able to view a range of solids handling pumps.
We are delighted to announce that we will be working with Aquamec, our agent in Brazil, to assemble, distribute and support Selwood pumps in South America.
We have jointly set up a logistics, maintenance and assembly centre in Brazil, aimed to centralise the distribution of Selwood pumps in Latin America.
Every day we wash, brush our teeth, use the toilet and drink clean water without giving a second thought to how lucky we are.
But for millions of people around the world, access to water suitable for drinking and sanitation is a basic human right that they are denied – with potentially deadly consequences.
Richard Brown, a director at Chandler’s Ford-based pump rental company Selwood, has seen first-hand how communities can be blighted by poor sanitation – and how they can be transformed with a little help.
Selwood has donated a training defibrillator to Thornden School in Chandler’s Ford.
The life-saving piece of kit will be used by staff for further practice in addition to the annual training that they receive.
Selwood discovered that they no longer had use for the device, now that their training is delivered by St John’s Ambulance, so they approached Thornden School who immediately said yes to the donation.