Water treatment manufacturer Fernox has strengthened its Research and Product Tech (R&PT) Team with the recent appointment of Amy Witzmann as research and development chemist.
With a Master’s degree in chemistry from the University of Southampton, Amy will apply her experience and extensive electrochemical skills to the Research and Development role, where she will perform accelerated corrosion testing and contribute to the ongoing chemistry R&D projects at the company. Amy joins a growing department of technical experts based at the company’s UK headquarters in Woking.
Speaking on Fernox’s new hire, Richard Crisp, head of chemistry at Fernox commented: “We’re delighted to welcome Amy to Fernox, and I am confident that she will be a superb asset to our already strong R&D team. Amy brings specific skills and an expertise in chemistry that is highly relevant to our business and we are looking forward to her applying her knowledge to help drive our development programme forward.”
Speaking on her new role, Amy commented: “I’m thrilled to be joining a company where scientific research and development is at its core. Fernox impressed me with its commitment to the development of innovative, energy efficient products both for traditional and renewable technology in domestic and commercial applications – and I am excited to be part of a fantastic and ambitious team.”
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