Students at Ingleby Mill Primary School have been given the opportunity to decide how their school will spend a £2000 donation received from Billingham based water and wastewater treatment specialists Biochemica Water.
John Fraser, Managing Director of the firm, was joined by NEPIC Chief Executive and former Labour MP for Hartlepool Iain Wright on a visit of the Ingleby Barwick school earlier this week. They were greeted by the excitable students with an assembly in their honour, where Iain announced the donation of £2000.
Billingham based water and wastewater treatment specialists Biochemica Water have been shortlisted in the Company of the Year category at the prestigious North East Business Awards Teesside Heat.
On the back of their NEPIC SME of the Year win, Biochemica Water has been shortlisted for the top award at the Teesside heat of the North East Business Awards. Competing against Stokesley based food manufacturers Quorn and Hartlepool based energy experts Utility Alliance, Biochemica Water will be hoping to walk away as winners at Teesside University on the 22nd March.
Water and wastewater treatment firm Biochemica Water has been recognised for its work by a Gold Label economic cluster.
Based in the heart of industrial Teesside, Billingham, the firm was named the Small Business of the Year at the North East of England Process Industry Cluster (NEPIC) Annual Awards Dinner 2018, honouring the outstanding achievements of the companies and individuals who make up the chemical-processing industries in the North East of England. The prestigious event, held at Hardwick Hall, County Durham, was attended by 450 industry leaders on January 19.
Water treatment specialist, Biochemica UK Ltd is celebrating success after its Sales Manager scooped a Young Achiever Award at the NEPIC (North East Process Industry Cluster) Annual Awards Dinner 2016.
The prestigious event, which took place at Hardwick Hall in Sedgefield, saw the cream of the crop of the North East process industry come together to witness the honouring of achievements from across the sector. Amongst the winners, Biochemica’s Dr Sandra Rountree was presented with the highly acclaimed Redhall Engineering Young Achiever Award within the Fine & Speciality Chemicals category.
Billingham based water treatment provider, Biochemica UK Ltd is once again celebrating the success of its staff after its Marketing and Business Development Officer scooped an award from the University of Sunderland.
Michelle Oliver beat off stiff competition from over 30 nominations for the university’s prestigious Intern of the Year award to take the runner up prize at the inaugural celebration event. Held at the National Glass Centre, the awards were hosted by Metro Radio’s Karen Wright and the University of Sunderland’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Julie Mennell.
Teesside water treatment specialist Biochemica UK Ltd has been recognised for its commitment to innovation after being shortlisted for a prestigious New Energy & Cleantech Award.
Hot on the heels of celebrating its staff achievements at the NEPIC Annual Awards Dinner, the Billingham-based firm has now been shortlisted as Innovator of the Year at the New Energy & Cleantech Awards. The national award acknowledges the developer of the most groundbreaking technology, product or service that benefits the environment.
North East based water treatment company, Biochemica UK Ltd is celebrating success after one its Account Managers was crowned a Young Achiever at the prestigious NEPIC (North East Process Industry Cluster) Annual Awards Dinner 2013.
The glittering event, which took place at Hardwick Hall in Sedgefield, saw the cream of the crop of the North East’s process industry come together to recognise achievements across the sector. Amongst the winners, Biochemica’s Jenny Thompson was honoured with the highly acclaimed Redhall Engineering Young Achiever Award within the Fine & Speciality Chemicals category.
One of the youngest employees at the North East’s largest independent water treatment company, Biochemica UK Ltd is seeing double after receiving two awards from Hartlepool Sixth Form College.
19 year old Trainee Service Chemist, Matt Setterfield was awarded with not one but two accolades from his former college in recognition of his achievements.