In this article the water reuse experts at Water Treatment Services explain what rainwater harvesting is, how it works and the benefits to be gained from its implementation.
In this article the environmental specialists at WTS highlight some of the most common soil contaminants and explain why and under what circumstances you should test contaminated land and brownfield sites.
In this article the water hygiene specialists at Water Treatment Services highlight the importance of water tank cleaning, explaining why it’s needed and how to do it properly.
In this article the healthcare specialists at Water Treatment Services review the challenges faced by healthcare estates, infection control and facilities management teams in the delivery of safe water supplies to hospitals and other healthcare premises. The article focuses on the risks presented by a number of common waterborne pathogens including legionella and pseudomonas.
In this article the wastewater treatment experts at WTS take a look at some of the most popular types of mechanical processes used to improve the treatment of industrial wastewater and trade effluent.
In this article the wastewater specialists at Water Treatment Services review the growing popularity of what’s being called “nutrient neutrality” and its impact on the planning application process and our approach to the treatment of wastewater from new building developments.
Think back to the last time you cooked some food. Did you have any cooking oil or fat left once you were done? If you were roasting a chicken or frying some chips, the answer will almost certainly be yes.
In this article the process and wastewater specialists at Water Treatment Services highlight the problems caused by heavy metal contamination of industrial wastewaters and how such contamination can be treated prior to discharge or disposal of any used water.