Marsh launches specialist Civils division

UK manufacturer Marsh Industries has launched a specialist division, Marsh Civils, to focus on the company’s activities in industrial water/wastewater storage and treatment.

Steve Boyer, Managing Director of Marsh Industries, said: “I am extremely pleased to announce the establishment of the Marsh Civils division. It builds on our already successful operations across the domestic, commercial, agricultural and leisure sectors, and represents the next stage in our growth strategy to be a leading manufacturer of innovative off-mains drainage solutions.”

Kiri Beard, who is heading up the new division, added: “We will be bringing together sales, marketing, and operations, plus product development functions into one integrated team that will enable us to adopt a focussed, consistent and coordinated approach to customer requirements. This, when combined with our high-quality manufacturing capabilities and flexible production capacity, means that we can help our customers and their teams deliver complete project confidence.”

Designing and manufacturing a wide range of solutions from sewage treatment plants and cesspools to grease management systems and oil separators from its bases in Northamptonshire and Somerset, Marsh Industries products are fully type-tested and accredited including third party material integrity and fire testing.

The company is a registered supplier on Achilles UVDB, a member of SpecifiedBy for Building Product Companies and a partner with NBS Source.


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