Goldcrest Chemicals

Goldcrest Chemicals

SNF ACQUIRES GOLDCREST CHEMICALS As you may already be aware Goldcrest Chemicals was acquired by SNF (UK) Limited in December 2015. Part of the Floerger Group, SNF are the world’s leading manufacturer of water-soluble polymers for thickening, dewatering and solid-liquid separation.   GPC Clear Solutions LTD has been working with SNF (UK) Limited for over 14 years and as an authorised SNF Distributor we look forward to helping serve Goldcrest customers new and old as we continue to grow together. Gpc Clear Solutions provide a FREE on-site assessment of your wastewater treatment requirements. ...
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Some Great New Reviews

John White 7 weeks ago Fantastic Company, helped install plant machinery and offered a cost effective chemicle treatment regime all for 1 ongoing price! Site support is second to none and the staff are all very friendly, aproachable and pro active. (owner) 7 weeks ago Thanks John Happy to do business with you and any questions or help needed in future please get in touch. VIEW AND EDIT  Donny Utton 19 weeks ago Worked with gpc on numerous occasions and found them to be a very professional and knowledgable company who went the extra mile. (owner) 12 weeks ago Thank you, It was great working with you and hope to do business with you again in future. VIEW AND EDIT  ...
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GPC Clear Solutions Are In The Medway Messenger

GPC Clear Solutions Are In The Medway Messenger

A chemical specialist cleans up in complex waste issues. GPC Clear Solutions, based on Medway City Estate, supplies chemicals for industrial effluent treatment and sludge de-watering. Founded by Griff Crouch in 2003, the family-run business supports customers in laboratories and on-site. " We work with our customers to ensure local authority compliance and improve plant operations," Griff said. GPC works with gas extraction pipe sealing in landfill and has developed a system that captures oil and releases water. It has also run successful trials at filling station forecourts. GPC, an approved supplier to UK Power Networks, is currently developing cushions and booms to combat waterborne contamination. When a long-term supplier stopped producing am in-demand chemical. GPC installed its own blending plant to make it. Griff said: "Having very little spare space, we had to carefully design the plant to ensure a safe working environment while maintaining product quality." GPC employs eight people, including an apprentice. It assigns top priority to workplace health and safety, Control of Substances Hazardous to Health...
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