In this article the legionella and water safety specialists at Water Treatment Services consider if regular flushing of little used water outlets can help to control legionella and other unwanted bacteria.
In this article the industrial water specialists at Water Treatment Services look at the use of coagulation in the treatment of wastewater and effluent streams.
In this article the water resource specialists at Water Treatment Services guide you through the various stages that need to be considered both before and during the development of a new private water supply formed by drilling a water borehole or water well.
The senior subject matter specialists at Water Treatment Services are experienced expert witnesses, providing independent, impartial and reliable advice on a range of engineering and environmental disputes involving the use, analysis and treatment of water, wastewater, trade effluent and air quality. Our specialists are often asked what is an expert witness, what do they do and how can they help avoid or resolve disputes?
In this article the water resource specialists at WTS consider why and how an individual or business would apply for a water abstraction licence, and the processes involved.
In this article the wastewater treatment specialists at WTS examine some of the environmental problems caused by legacy mine workings, looking in particular at the remediation of polluting wastewaters and treatment of acid mine drainage (AMD).
This article looks at the use of ion exchange water softeners. It explains what they are, how they work to combat the effects of hard water, and how the effectiveness of the ion exchange process can be maintained to ensure softened water remains on tap.
This article looks at how UK businesses can save water in the workplace by reducing day-to-day consumption and implementing water reuse strategies to reduce bills and improve environmental performance.