The water safety specialists at Water Treatment Services highlight the benefits to be gained from the regular flushing of unused or little used water outlets in the battle to control legionella.
In this article the water safety specialists at Water Treatment Services consider legionella testing and whether it is a legal requirement under UK law.
In this article the legionella and water safety specialists at Water Treatment Services take a look at the process of thermal disinfection, highlighting how it can be used to control dangerous bacteria and viruses that can sometimes contaminate building water systems.
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 the UK landlords have a legal responsibility to manage the risks from legionella in their properties. In this article our water safety experts provide detailed legionella guidance for landlords and what they need to do to comply with the law, helping to sort fact from fiction.
In this expert guide the environmental specialists at WTS consider the most common techniques used in soil testing and the analysis of contaminated land and brownfield sites. The guide identifies the most common test parameters including VOCs, phenols, sulphides and cyanides; outlines the importance of sample preparation, and then examines a number of popular techniques used in the testing of soil samples.
There are lots of different types of food poisoning bacteria and viruses that can make us ill when we eat or come in to contact with contaminated food. In this guide our experts look at thirteen of the most common bugs that can cause food poisoning. We look at what foods they commonly affect, typical symptoms, what to do if you become infected and proactive tips on preventing contamination.
When should you test for legionella is one of the key questions which anyone with responsibility for the management and control of health and safety in the workplace, and in particular the delivery of safe water supplies asks. The simple answer would be to do whatever the UK’s safety laws require you to do as a minimum… and here we’ll explain more. Read more