BMT Oceanica Wins Major Water Corporation Bid

By Joseph R. Fonseca
Thursday, July 31, 2014
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Marine and coastal environment specialist, BMT Oceanica (BMT), a subsidiary of BMT Group Ltd, is delighted to announce that it has won the bid to provide Ocean Outlet Monitoring services for Western Australia’s Water Corporation.

BMT works with the Water Corporation to ensure ocean monitoring methods adopted are up to date and consistent with best-practice as global environmental standards have progressed. This collaborative approach has resulted in improvements to the program, without increasing costs. BMT’s staff has been specifically recruited and trained to manage ocean discharge programs and consistently produce technical work of the highest quality.

Mark Bailey, Project Director at BMT Oceanica comments: “BMT Oceanica has more than 20 years of direct ocean outfall management experience and has played a key role in the development, maintenance and evolution of all the State's major ocean outfall monitoring programs. BMT Oceanica, Water Corporation and Western Australia’s environmental regulators are all driven by a passion for WA’s unique marine environment and share the view that it is our responsibility to maintain it for future generations. We are delighted to be continuing our partnership with the Water Corporation on this very important project.”

Water Corporation General Manager Regional Customer Services Group, Bennie Smith, said he looked forward to working with BMT Oceanica over the next three years to further develop their already strong relationship.   
 

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