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ENVCO and WTW Online Instrumentation Downunder

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From: ENVCO Global

Date: 15 January 2013

ENVCO Global takes over as official service and supply agents for WTW Online Instrumentation Downunder

Australasian company ENVCO Global – suppliers of environmental, agricultural and scientific measuring equipment – has been appointed official supplier, service and support agent for WTW Online Instrumentation, a world leading manufacturer of wastewater treatment technology.

WTW has had an international reputation for the design and production of quality water testing instrumentation world-wide for more than 55 years, and today provides some of the World's broadest and most highly accepted product Lines for wastewater and drinking water infrastructure.

ENVCO Global Director Richard Morrow said that from 1 January 2013 the company will provide all sales and support for WTW Online Instrumentation, including servicing and maintenance services like membrane cap replacement and sensors.

WTW offers a complete line of pH/ORP, D.O., Conductivity, Nitrogen, Carbon, Phosphate and unique self-cleaning Turbidity instrumentation, as well as comprehensive accessories for the measuring and control of wastewater.

The dependability, reliability, and versatility of WTW field proven Ammonia, Phosphate, Nitrite and Nitrate Analyzers, probes, and pH, ORP, D.O., and Conductivity systems and meters have established WTW products as industry standards world-wide.

"To have the endorsement of WTW here Downunder is a tremendous endorsement for ENVCO Global's practice of making a comprehensive range of environmental equipment more accessible, and affordable.

“In this way we make a solid contribution towards helping to improve the sustainable management of our natural environment and create a strong legacy for future generations," Mr Morrow said.

www.envcoglobal.com

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ENVCO supplies environmental, agricultural and scientific equipment to monitor air, soil and water worldwide, with a range of equipment that caters for everyone from the hobbyist all the way to the Nobel Scientist.

At ENVCO we believe that by making a comprehensive range of environmental equipment more accessible, and affordable, we are able to exponentially improve the sustainable management of our natural environment and thereby create a strong legacy for future generations.

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