Severn Trent Water annual Health Liaison Day

Stonbury were delighted to be invited to Severn Trent Water’s, annual Health Liaison Day and were pleased to deliver a short presentation on our services and highlight the information regarding the importance of the DWI Regulation 31 compliance Severn Trent saw a fantastic turnout of over 120 delegates, from Public Health and Standards, local authorities and representatives from other water companies. Representing Stonbury, James Stonor, CEO and regional team leader Mark Coope attended the event to share company initiatives in relation to public health and the supply of clean drinking water. Stonbury thanks Severn Trent Water for the organisation of the Health Liaison Day which was well received by all.

Wastewater Conference 2018

Stonbury pleased to exhibit at Wastewater 2018 The WWT Wastewater 2018 Conference & Exhibition is the UK’s largest wastewater event covering infrastructure, networks, treatment and sludge. The comprehensive, single-day event showcased the latest topics of the industry and tackled major wastewater challenges. Gathering over 250 industry professionals, Stonbury we’re pleased to exhibit in collaboration with BASF, for the launch of MasterSeal 7000 CR – 360 degree corrosion protection in wastewater treatment plants.   More on Waste Water

South Staffs WaterAid Ball 2018

Stonbury sponsors the South Staffs Water 'All that Jazz' WaterAid Ball 2018 We are delighted to report an incredible £62,000 was raised by the ball in support of WaterAid, with donations from the night contributing to clean and accessible drinking water across the world.  Hosted from the Hilton, St Georges Park, the Stonbury team had an excellent night. Thank you to all our guests that accompanied us for the evening in support of this great mission. Congratulations to Stonbury Director, Jon Perryman, the expectant winner of the drone bid! 

Fabrication Workshop Upgrades

Our in-house fabrication workshop in Crewkerne is undergoing refurbishment Now EN1090 approved, our workshop fabricates bespoke items from timber, mild and stainless steel. Typical fabrications can vary from debris screens, flood gates, equipment housing to bridges and jetty’s. Machinery is currently being moved and a new overhead gantry cane installed to facilitate the better movement of larger steel items and completed fabrications. Steel racks and storage areas are being re-sited to make more room and division walls erected to properly segregate the woodworking and metal working areas. Lighting, heating and local exhaust ventilation will be upgraded to improve the working environment throughout the warehouse. Once the refurbishment is complete, we look forward to expanding our scope of specialist supply and production to the UK Water Industry.

Turnover Growth

Stonbury are delighted to announce their financial review, for the year ended 30th June 2017 Another excellent year was achieved with 43% growth in turnover to £24 million, building on growth of 33% in the previous year to become the clear market leaders for the repair, maintenance and refurbishment of drinking water service reservoirs and water towers. A number of new build schemes were completed during the year, including their first new service reservoir near Burton-upon-Trent, for South Staffordshire Water. James Stonor, CEO, comments, “Our fantastic growth came from a clear focus on first class customer service.  During the year, we added three new frameworks to our already impressive roster of multi-year framework contracts that cover almost all of the water companies in England and Wales.” 

Invertebrate Boat Survey Trial

We have been working with Wessex Water to complete two invertebrate surveys on the River Avon, sampling above and below discharge points, using a Yorkshire Pattern’ airlift pump. Benthic macroinvertebrates are an important group of organisms to study, as many are sensitive to physical and chemical changes in the watercourse. Their relative immobility means they cannot easily escape the impacts of thermal, chemical or organic pollution. Due to the species relative immobility when compared to that of the fisheries community, species can be more directly tied to site-specific habitats, and are therefore more reflective of the health of that specific habitat location. These organisms help us to better understand the health of our river and streams, and the processes that maintain them. This information will help inform the water authorities how the discharge is impacting the habitat and water quality within the sample areas. The benthic macroinvertebrates are recorded to find out what species are present and in what numbers.