Water management website goes live
Published:  09 August, 2010

SHEFFORD: ACO has developed a new online destination for anyone looking for information on surface water management.

Covering every aspect of the subject and its application across both external and internal built environments, the website has been designed for use by specialists and non-specialists alike, facilitating quick access to current and comprehensive news, product information, design support, technical downloads, legislative updates and much more.

The site’s homepage has a clean, uncluttered aesthetic that helps visitors to easily find and use the functions they require. There is a series of quick-links through to current topics of interest and interactive areas that showcase case studies, product presentations and reviews of industry events.

Among the many enhanced features on the site is a new Stockist Locator. Post code driven, it highlights the nearest six retail locations where any product from the ACO Water Management range can be purchased. The feature also includes route planning options and direct links through to any merchant or retailer’s own website.

Users already registered at the www.aco.co.uk domain retain their existing login details and have immediate access to all the site’s facilities. For new users looking fully benefit from the website’s features and open dialogues with support teams, registration is a quick and straightforward process.

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