Since 1987 APEM has monitored and managed the water quality and ecology at Salford Quays in Manchester.
APEM runs two key elements of the prestigious NMBAQC scheme: benthic invertebrates and particle size analysis.
APEM has an unrivalled knowledge of the Manchester Ship Canal, having monitored its water quality and ecology since the 1980s.
APEM partnered with ESI Ltd to deliver the UK’s largest abstraction study under AMP5, on behalf of Severn Trent Water.
APEM’s laboratory completed a marathon nine month project to analyse over 4,000 rmacroinvertebrate and diatom samples for the EA.
In 2014 APEM celebrated after the winner of the Commonwealth Games triathlon in Glasgow praised the water in Strathclyde Loch.