A Staffordshire-based waste water treatment specialist is celebrating after the value of its projects for Scottish Water passed the £1 million mark.
ARM has been doing work for Scottish Water for just over a year, designing, building and maintaining a wide range of waste water treatment installations.
The company, one of the top reed bed design and construction companies in Europe, provides major reed bed installations for natural pollution, waste water and sewage treatment at waterworks and industrial sites all over the UK.
Its most recent projects north of the border include treatment plant upgrades at Scottish Water's facilities at Auchencairn and Weem.
Commercial manager Tori Widdas said they were delighted to have been given the opportunity to form a close working bond with Scottish Water.
She added: "Our Scottish contracts recognise our expertise and capability in ensuring our natural waste water treatment installations do their job and run to their design specifications."
Based in Rugeley, ARM was established in 1947 and has been involved in research and development into natural waste water treatment techniques for more than 25 years.
The company is also an acknowledged pioneer and expert in reed bed design and construction.
It also invests heavily in scientific research into natural wastewater treatment. ..SUPL: