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Mick Pratt

Mick Pratt is ESG’s Commercial Director for Water, within the Built Environment Services sector. Having begun his career as a Formulation Technologist for 3M, in photographic emulsion research, Mick took his first Water Treatment role with Thermochem in 1987. Specialising in the FM sector, he has a wealth of experience in all aspects of Water Treatment and Hygiene, being fully conversant with cooling tower, boiler and closed circuit chemistry and microbial control. Mick has been a member of the Water Management Society for 20 years and is the Technical and Commercial lead for Water Treatment and Equipment.

Recent Posts

No Need to Compromise on Resource Efficiency When It Comes to Water Treatment

Posted by Mick Pratt on 16-Jun-2017 13:08:14

This article first appeared in the June issue of Building Services and Environmental Engineer (BSEE) Magazine.

Mick Pratt, commercial director, Water, Built Environment Services, SOCOTEC, explores how duty holders of commercial and other public buildings can ensure water systems in their care not only meet safety requirements but also boost resource efficiency. 

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Topics: Water, Water Systems, Ozone, Water Management, water treatment

Not Just Training But Passion and Knowledge at CPD Seminar

Posted by Mick Pratt on 13-Dec-2016 10:04:16

Mick Pratt, commercial director – water, Environment & Safety Services, talks us through his highlights from last month’s Organisational Health Seminar: Minimising Environmental Risk.

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Topics: Built Environment Services, Occupational Hygiene

Ozone Water Treatment: Powerful Results Without a Trace

Posted by Mick Pratt on 22-Nov-2016 10:10:14

Mick Pratt, commercial director, Built Environment Services, SOCOTEC, looks at the unique properties of ozone that make it an ideal water treatment solution for heads of production in UK industry.

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Topics: Water Systems, Ozone, Water Management

Are Your Water Systems Ready for Winter?

Posted by Mick Pratt on 17-Dec-2015 13:43:00

With winter upon us, it’s time to ensure your closed water circuits such as low pressure hot water (LPHW), closed condenser loop and chilled water systems are ready for the cold snap.

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Topics: water treatment