The WSC Laboratory set up a stand at the national MCAST exhibition held during the last week of June. The Lab’s various accredited water and wastewater testing activities were well received with many students and other members of the public taking an interest in this field. The aim of the corporation’s participation was to highlight the important role the Lab has in ensuring public health and safety in potable water and in the environment. Potential clients from a vast range of industrial and commercial sectors were also able to appreciate at first hand the various services offered by the laboratory.

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