Water is a vital component in the can making process and Crown insisted on sourcing the latest sophisticated water treatment technology. Their goal was to recycle 90% of the water used in production. EWS worked closely with Crown to deliver a number of different water treatment solutions throughout the manufacturing process. EWS quickly advised Crown that the local towns water supply needed treatment to bring it up to the required standard.
Musgrove Park Hospital embarked on a site-wide improvement programme to streamline and modernise its processes. Under this initiative the SSD team launched a review of its department infrastructure and water treatment processes. As well as conducting its own analysis, the department asked Envirogen for efficiency improvement ideas.
With increasing patient numbers and a greater demand for endoscopy services, Horton General Hospital, run by the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, undertook a 12-month building project to construct a state-of-the-art, specialised endoscopy unit. Envirogen provided the latest reverse osmosis technology to ensure a reliable flow of purified water for three Automated Endoscopy Reprocessors (AER).
Neville Fowler, Technical Manager at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in London explains how a scoping project undertaken by the Trust, identified the need for a back up Sterile Services Department, to provide cover/security for potential breakdowns within the hospitals current facilities.