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Jan 12, 2021

ADEY moving base to St Modwen Park

ADEY is relocating its UK head offices from Cheltenham to a purpose-built facility in Gloucester, months after opening a manufacturing and distribution facility on the same site.

The water treatment manufacturer and magnetic filtration pioneer created the new base at St Modwen Park - close to Junction 12 of the M5 - in March.

And now the companying is developing the site into its 44,000sq ft headquarters.

The company said it will be recruiting permanent and temporary role...

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Dec 21, 2020

Adapting to change

We talk to Group Managing Director, Matthew Webber about how ADEY rose to the challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic and how the business is preparing for 2021.

Q: What reflections do you have on 2020? It’s been an unexpectedly challenging year but it’s taught us a lot about change and resilience. It’s definitely tested us at times but ultimately, I believe we’re coming out of it stronger, with a fantastic team and a profitable business because we’ve all worked ha...

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Nov 12, 2020

ADEY signs up to Unmind mental health platform to support employee wellbeing

This month at ADEY we are putting a spotlight on wellbeing – psychological and physical. Its estimated that in the UK 90% of employees have been directly impacted by mental health issues and that 60% of those who report facing a mental health challenge haven’t spoken to anyone at work about it.

We want to make sure our colleagues have access to tools that support them when they need it. To help to tackle mental wellbeing, and as well as providing access to health care support, employe...

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Aug 27, 2020

New revolutionary water testing product launched by ADEY

In an industry first, international water treatment manufacturer ADEY has launched a next generation universal water testing kit which provides lab-style reporting and interpretation instantly to a smartphone, enabling installers and engineers to test and treat water quality issues in one site visit.

Poor water quality is the most common cause of central heating breakdown, costing the UK over £700m in repair bills. The importance of testing heating system water quality...

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