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EMS awarded Anglian Water Framework

10 March 2023

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Kieron Atkinson

Contracts Manager

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EMS consultants

EMS is pleased to be working alongside Anglian Water after being awarded their Framework for Flow Monitoring and Survey Data Collection.

The initial contract period is for three years (plus a five-year extension) and we will cover catchments within Anglian Water’s area in the East of England.

Our team of skilled engineers will supply, install and provide weekly maintenance of flow monitors, depth monitors and rain gauges with governance by EMS’s experienced Contract and Project Management Team. EMS’s technical Data Team will provide the data from each survey to Anglian Water’s water modelling team.

Each survey will aim to capture both wet and dry weather events. The survey data will allow Anglian Water to better understand its sewer network performance.  It will also allow them to understand the operational performance of their combined sewer overflows. This understanding is vital for regulatory compliance and upgrading existing network systems.

We look forward to working alongside Anglian Water providing our environmental monitoring services to support them in delivering their water supply services to six million customers.

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