During difficult times FM Environmental are helping keep the wheels, and pumps, of government turning… we are long term service providers at sites across Stormont Estate,
Should you require maintenance or servicing of any pumping, wastewater, water or grease management equipment contact us immediately and we will be delighted to help.
“We have recently completed commissioning and optimization of 3 Nr large wastewater pumping stations in the Naas / Newbridge Area of County Kildare, for our customer Roadbridge.
The largest of these stations has 90KW Pumps, pumping wastewater onto the local WWTW at a rate of 1880 m3/hr !!
FM Environmental will now Operate and Maintain these pumping stations for 12 months, before handover to Irish Water “
Please see below a short video we made following the completion of the work on Rathlin Island before lockdown.
Thank you to Ryan and his team in BNL Productions LTD for the fantastic coverage.
The Rathlin Island Water Treatment Works Project is a joint venture between FM Environmental and Euro Services for Northern Ireland Water.
The main driver for the project has been compliance with the latest DWI Drinking Regulations and an improvement in the potable water on the island.
The Project consisted of using modern treatment technologies in the form of an advance Magnetic Ion Exchange Process unit (MIEX Unit) from US company, IXOM in a fluidised Bed Reactor along with its associated equipment. This is the first time that this innovative technology has been used in Northern Ireland.
New Borewell Pumps, a new Chlorus system and various pumpsets and instruments were installed along with a new MCC and HMI for a fully automated system.
While this was a challenging Project due to the remoteness of the site, the weather conditions added to the difficulties as did limited ferry access. With the Project team of NIW staff, Doran Consulting, FM Environmental, Euro Services and various sub-contractors working along with the local community, the Project achieved its deadlines and targets and the new treatment process has been in service since the end of November 2019.
Thank you to the Ulster Bank team from Newry – Caroline McKeown, Senior Relationship Manager, Richard Gill, Community Banker and Sean McDonnell, Branch Manager for coming out and completing a presentation on Fraud Awareness And Prevention to the FM Environmental Ltd team.
This was a very enjoyable morning. The presentation was excellent with some very useful information. We all picked up a few good tips to help prevent fraud!
“ These 75KW Xylem NP type pumps are destined for one of the 3 submersible wastewater pumping stations that FM are providing, as part of the Upper Liffey Valley Contract 2A Project. This project involves the design, supply, installation and commissioning of wastewater pumping stations in the Naas – Newbridge area of Co. Kildare, which will greatly improve the sewerage network in the area “
We would like to take this opportunity to wish our colleague Eamon Daly the best of luck as a new intake in the Graduate to Export programme.
Run by Invest NI, the #GradToExport programme allows Eamon the opportunity to spend 6 months in Newry with FM Environmental, before relocating to San Francisco for 12 months as an #exportmarketing executive for the #GreaseGuardian product range.
Alongside gaining international experience and introducing a local product to a new market, Eamon will be completing a part-time post-graduate diploma in International Marketing, accredited by #UlsterUniversity and the Institute of Export.
Best of luck Eamon, with this new, exciting adventure!
FM Environmental Ltd welcomed the Japanese Ambassador to Ireland while on an official visit to Newry.
The Ambassador, was keen to gain an understanding of how companies along the border were dealing with the on-going Brexit uncertainty and how this was impacting on trade and business confidence.
Rear (l to r): Kevin Fitzpatrick (FME Managing Director), Eamon Fitzpatrick (GG Exports Sales Director), Michel Fitzpatrick (Sales Manager), Aidan Gough (InterTrade Ireland)
Front (l to r): Eamonn Fitzpatrick (FME Chairman), Mitsuru Kitano (Japanese Ambassador), Isami Takada (First Secretary).
FME encourage and support on-going training and development programs for our employees.
In conjunction with the local Southern Regional College, we currently have 4 employees working towards obtaining qualifications in the following area’s
– Accountancy, Mechatronics, BIM and CIPD.
We look forward to continuing to work with SRC developing further new and innovative training solutions.
Big journeys begin with small steps!