British Water announce new members with broader reach

British Water has announced six new companies have recently joined the industry body, including a biodiversity monitoring company, a research organisation and a software firm.

Nature Metrics uses cutting edge biodiversity monitoring and DNA sampling to help companies monitor biodiversity in contexts ranging from conservation to environmental impact assessments.

The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) is an independent engineering research organisation. The company believes the digital transformation of engineering capability has the potential to be game changing.

Software firm Transcend has a Design Generator that allows users to generate high quality engineering designs at the push of a button.

Other new members include Horiba, EcoClarity and Enviro.


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