Southern Water Services Limited has awarded AFECO a place on its Optimisation Partner Framework. The Framework will run through AMP6 until March 2020 with an option to extend for a further 5 years through AMP7 until March 2025.
Engineering services company AFECO, a subsidiary of cleantech innovation company EcoGenR8 Limited, has already delivered a number of initiatives for Southern Water that have delivered real business benefits. This Framework will support Southern Water in delivering further benefits by providing a platform through which a range of optimisation initiatives can be delivered.
Working collaboratively with Southern Water’s Optimisation Team, AFECO will utilise the Framework to trial and implement a range of their own proprietary solutions and products as well as working with Southern Water and technology companies to develop and deliver other ideas and concepts.
The award of this Framework demonstrates a recognition of the benefits that asset optimisation and innovation can provide and encourages collaborative working between companies to achieve a common goal of cost and compliance benefits.
AFECO is a dynamic, specialist engineering services and solutions provider focussed on servicing the immediate and future needs of the water, marine and energy sectors. AFECO offer a comprehensive range of professional services, solutions and products, based on a strong core expertise of process, chemical, mechanical, electrical and ICA engineering. With services ranging from the provision of expert consultancy, asset optimisation, concept development, engineering design, site installation and commissioning, AFECO have the skills and experience to provide a complete and integrated project delivery and support service. With a strong focus on robust and appropriate, yet innovative and cost-effective solutions, AFECO have established a reputation of professionalism, efficiency and innovation. AFECO is a subsidiary of EcoGenR8 Limited, a cleantech innovation and development company.
Southern Water Services Limited is a private utility company, responsible for providing drinking water and wastewater services across the South East of the UK, covering Kent, East and West Sussex, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Southern Water supply drinking water to approximately 1 million households from 83 water treatment works along 13,837 kilometres of water mains. They are also responsible for the collection and treatment of wastewater in this region, treating 718 million litres of wastewater at 365 treatment works through a network of 2,375 pumping stations and 39,600 kilometres of sewers. Southern Water is owned by Greensands Investments Limited, a consortium made up of pension and infrastructure funds.