DILUTION SYSTEMS Brightwell Dispensers has announced that they have received the DVGW (German Technical and Scientific Association for Gas and Water) approval certificate for their ECOMIX and ECOMULTI standard chemical dilution systems.

The DVGW is the largest gas and water industry certification body in Europe and a certificate from them is a great achievement as they have very stringent testing procedures and regulations.


OF ENGINEERING ICE has announced the appointment of Lee Owen as the new Head of Engineering.

Lee joined ICE in 2013 as a Field Service Engineer and progressed very quickly to the role of Technical Support Manager the following year. He was then promoted to Field Service Manager in 2016, taking responsibility for more than 30 Field Engineers in the southern region.

Lee’s new position as the Head of Engineering makes him responsible for ensuring that the entire engineering team provide an excellent service. He has a wealth of skills and experience, and is seen by the company as a real asset to the business.

Lee commented: “I am absolutely delighted to have been given the opportunity to head up the engineering team at ICE. Having started as a Field Engineer and progressed through the company, I have a real understanding of the area, which will stand me in good stead to lead the ICE engineering community. I’m very excited to take on this new challenge!” 18 | WHAT’S NEW?

Both the ECOMIX and ECOMULTI chemical dilution systems have been designed to be reliable and cost efficient solutions to dilute cleaning chemicals on site. The units are connected to a water mains and dispense a ready-mixed cleaning solution.

ECOMIX dispenser provides an economical and flexible way of diluting one chemical concentrate on-site, while the ECOMULTI dispenser is a reliable and cost-effective way of


FOR COUNTYCLEAN Environment support solutions provider CountyClean Group has welcomed two new members to their Board of Directors.

Donna Price was promoted to Finance Director on 1 May 2018, while Wayne Holdaway joined as Strategy and Development Director on 1 June.

Donna was a Dealership Accountant at Honda before first starting with CountyClean Group in 2012 as Financial Controller, and holds an MAAT accounting technician qualification.

Wayne has worked in the environmental and liquid waste industry for 25 years, and when

diluting multiple chemicals from one system. Both dispensers are available for high-flow and low-flow applications and have Brightwell Dispensers’ patented dilution pin technology to eliminate the need for metering tips.

DVGW certified products are characterised by high standards of security, reliability, quality and the use of safe materials as well as technical functionality. The certificate also means that a product comes from a monitored and controlled production.

Matthew Dwelly, General Manager for Brightwell Dispensers, commented: “The safety and quality of our products is our top priority, which is why I am pleased that DVGW has confirmed our high standards of quality and safety by issuing the certificate.”

commenting on joining the group, he said: “Although I’ve been in the industry for almost three decades, I enjoy the variety each day brings. No two days are the same and I relish making the most of opportunities. My aim is to make CountyClean Group THE environmental services provider that people will automatically think of and call when they need an efficient and cost- effective solution to their problem.”

Mike Walker, Managing Director of CountyClean Group, said: “With Donna and Wayne now members of the board, we are very excited about what the future holds for CountyClean and look forward to exponentially raising our profile throughout the South whilst making significant progress on our national growth aspirations.”

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