IWJS wins peak lopping contract with Anglian Water
IWJS, the providers of services to wastewater networks and part of M Group Services, has been appointed by Anglian Water as the primary supplier for its peak lopping sewer unblocking framework. The five-year contract will commence in June 2020 and includes an option to extend by a further three years.
Under the terms of the framework, first established in 2011, IWJS will provide reactive, planned and maintenance services across the entire Anglian Water operational region. The services delivered will include sewer blockage clearance, investigation works, CCTV inspection and general support work including river walks and checking outfalls.
IWJS Contract Director David Eade commented: “Being named as the primary supplier on this framework shows we are working collaboratively with Anglian Water and strengthens the relationship we have developed with this key client. The contract will begin in June and will require at least 12 van packs across the region to support Anglian Water’s in-house team.”
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