Biochemica’s Warehouse Assistant has raised over £200 for a children’s charity after braving a gruesome ‘Bushtucker Trial’.
Mark Taylor, who handles the day-to-day operations of Biochemica’s 2,400 square metre warehouse and the management of its specialist water treatment chemicals, swapped his PPE for a bib as part of an ‘I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!’ inspired charity event.
Water and wastewater treatment firm, Biochemica UK Ltd is showing its support for National Apprenticeship Week 2014 with the appointment of a Business Administration Apprentice.
Ben Nath, 18 from Thornaby was selected by Biochemica bosses as the latest recruit to join the water treatment specialist’s ever-growing team and started his new role as Administrative Assistant during the nationwide awareness week.
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.
Following the hair raising success of Biochemica’s inaugural Movember efforts last year, ‘Team Bio Tash’ has reunited in an attempt to raise vital funds for prostate and testicular cancer initiatives.
Staff at the North East’s largest water treatment firm have also encouraged family members, clients and suppliers to discard their razors and join the team, which raised over £2,700 for the 2012 campaign.
Biochemica UK Ltd’s Warehouse Operations Manager is raising money for a local charity by undertaking not one, but two gruelling Coast-to-Coast cycling challenges.
Dave Thomas, who is based at the water management specialist’s head office in Billingham, has already completed the first of his Coast-to-Coast rides, cycling 170 miles from Morecambe to Bridlington following the scenic Way of the Roses route.
The North East’s largest independently owned water treatment company, Biochemica UK Ltd is recruiting a permanent, full-time Business Development Manager to join its rapidly expanding team.
Biochemica, which is headquartered in Billingham offers a complete range of water treatment services and chemical products. Under the company’s Total Water Management philosophy, Biochemica is able to provide solutions for both influent and effluent requirements, and operates nationwide.
Biochemica UK Ltd, the North East’s largest independently owned water treatment company is seeking a permanent, full-time Service Chemist to join its dynamic team.
Newly headquartered in Billingham and operating nationwide, Biochemica offers a complete range of water treatment services and chemical products. Under the company’s Total Water Management philosophy, Biochemica is able to provide solutions for both influent and effluent requirements.
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.
Teesside-based water treatment specialist, Biochemica UK Ltd has bolstered its team with the appointment of Michelle Oliver as its Marketing and Business Development Officer.
Michelle, 28, brings almost five years of Public Relations experience to Biochemica, which provides a wide range of industries with a comprehensive package of bespoke water management solutions.
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.