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Scotland is world-renowned for its beautiful scenery but probably isn’t as well known for hosting a blockbuster movie. True, Pirates of the Caribbean might not have worked so well in Millport, but on closer inspection we actually haven’t done too badly in the movie stakes over the years.
From Rebecca Adlington and Hannah Miley to Robbie Renwick and Michael Jamieson, we all love to watch Great Britain’s top performing swimmers and cheer them on as they cut a path through the water in an adrenaline-fuelled race. However, in all our adulation for the competitors and excitement at the spectacle of each race, we overlook the single most important aspect of every swimming competition – the pool.
There comes a time in all of our lives when we begin to question some of the things we were told as a child – pull a funny face when the wind changes and you’ll be stuck like that; sit too close to the TV and your eyes will go square. Now don’t get me wrong, I loved Sesame Street and The Muppets as much as anyone (okay, so I still do!), but it’s time to let the proverbial frog out of the bag: Kermit was fibbing when he sang “It’s Not Easy Bein’ Green”...
Chocolate. It's arguably Britain's favourite sweet treat and we all know eating too much is not a good idea. But what you may not have known is the adage ‘don't consume more than you need and everything in moderation’ applies to more than just the indulgent calorie content.
One of the good things about working with so many different businesses is the huge spectrum of requirements, solutions and situations you encounter. We talk a lot about water efficiency, and for good reason. While you could be forgiven for thinking that the sheer volume of the stuff that falls out of the sky (especially during a Scottish summer) should mean it’s a breeze to produce, it’s actually quite an involved process getting water fit for supplying to customers.