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Overview

Location:
Moreton, UK
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Industry:Environmental
Founded:1976
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Feedwater Limited's estimated annual revenue is currently $20M per year.(?)
  • Feedwater Limited's estimated revenue per employee is $210,000

Employee Data

  • Feedwater Limited has 95 Employees.(?)
  • Feedwater Limited grew their employee count by 14% last year.
  • Feedwater Limited currently has 1 job openings.

Feedwater Ltd is a UK Water Treatment Company, established in 1976 specifically to supply products and services for the treatment of water for steam boilers, cooling towers, building services and industrial processes. We were helping prevent Legionnaires' Disease before most people had even heard of it. We have grown year on year and are now one of the leading companies in the field providing high quality, cost-effective service to many major UK and overseas organisations. Through our commitment to quality in our people, products and practices, we have grown into one of the strongest and most reputable companies in the water treatment sector. Our credit rating is excellent - in these troubled times, you can depend on us being around for the long term. We are committed to quality: as long ago as 1989, we achieved ISO 9001 accreditation (making us one of the very first companies in our sector to do so). We were also a founder registrant of the Legionella Control Association and its Code of Conduct for Service Providers. As an independent company, we understand the importance of controlling all aspects of the job so, unlike most water treatment companies, we have our own in-house teams of technicians and we sub-contract very little. This enables us to control quality and keep costs low, so we can offer you very competitive prices. We recognise the need to invest in research and development and we have won two SMART awards for innovation. We are committed to protecting the environment and in 2006 won a "Global Challenge" award for Dedication to the Environment

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