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Clearwater sees boost in recycling system orders

10.58am 23rd December 2020 - Corporate

Despite the temporary closures of so many sporting facilities due to Covid-19, ClearWater has seen an unprecedented number of enquiries and orders for their washpad water recycling system and servicing.

To support its continued growth, parent company, Acumen has invested further in people and equipment to ensure that ClearWater remains the market leader in below-ground washpad recycling systems.

With the purchase of a new long wheelbase and larger service van to support existing engineer (and now team leader) Laf Forward and Scott Turrell both holding OFTEC qualifications, ClearWater is even better placed to service their UK customers.

ClearWater Division’s General Manager, Matthew Mears commented: “It’s great to be part of the Acumen business and to benefit from their continued support and commitment to ClearWater. These investments will ensure that we can better service our customers that require help and assistance in complying with the latest anti-pollution legislation. It’s tough times for many, so we’ve chosen to freeze our prices at 2019 levels.”  

ClearWater is now available with a two-year interest free in-house credit scheme, offering a variety of payment options. 

ClearWater is also buoyant in the USA, boosted by the help and sales support of distributor Ewing Irrigation, with Incline Village Golf Resort, near Lake Tahoe being the latest to see the benefits of the ClearWater system.


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