NEVIL Muncaster has succeeded Andrew Smith as managing director at Tendring Hundred Water Services.He will be responsible for ensuring that the company continues to deliver a first class service to its customers.
NEVIL Muncaster has succeeded Andrew Smith as managing director at Tendring Hundred Water Services.
He will be responsible for ensuring that the company continues to deliver a first class service to its customers.
He is returning to the company after 12 years when he managed the construction of two new water treatment plans at Horsley Cross and Ardleigh. Since then, he has continued to work in the water industry both in the UK and overseas. He moves to Tendring from sister company Three Valleys Water where he managed its £350,000 capital investment programme.
“I am delighted to be joining Tendring Hundred Water Services, and excited about leading a team that provides drinking water of the highest quality to some 70,000 customers within the Tendring Peninsula.”
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Tendring Hundred Water Services, which provides water to homes and businesses in north-east Essex, is one of three Veolia Water companies operating in south-east England.
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