New appointment reinforces Marsh Industries’ commitment to industry excellence and product innovation

Marsh Industries, a leading manufacturer of off-mains drainage products, is delighted to announce the appointment of Professor Tom Stephenson (FREng, CEng, FIChemE, FHEA) of Cranfield University to the Board as a Non-Executive Director.

Tom actively supports innovation in the water sector and, as a member of Water UK’s Net Zero Expert Panel, is working towards the industry achieving net zero carbon emissions. His research focuses on wastewater treatment processes, and he brings a wealth of experience that will further develop Marsh Industries’ innovative product range.

Tom said, “I’m delighted to be taking on this role at such a crucial time for the water sector. My passion is wastewater treatment and I’m looking forward to helping the talented team at Marsh.”

Managing Director, Steve Boyer said, “I am very pleased that Tom has agreed to join the team at Marsh.  This is a particularly exciting time in our growth and, with Tom on board, it will enable us to enter new markets and develop innovative products at a faster rate.”

Marsh Industries continues to build upon its success in providing high quality, sustainable off-mains drainage solutions including sewage treatment plants, pump stations, grease management systems and oil separators to the UK domestic, civils/commercial, and agricultural sectors.

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