This guide covering the use of rainwater harvesting systems has been developed by the resource optimisation and water reuse specialists at Water Treatment Services. It reviews a number of the most common rain water collection systems used in both domestic and commercial environments. The guide looks at the benefits that can come from the reuse of rainwater, how and where it can be used, and describes the different types of commercially available harvesting systems and how they work.
During any concrete production process it is important to ensure water quality standards are maintained and this can be achieved with a regular programme of concrete mixing water testing.
Preventing steam condensate corrosion in industrial boilers and steam generating systems is important for several reasons. When implemented correctly, corrosion prevention measures can help to ensure boiler plant and any associated equipment is protected, systems do not deteriorate prematurely, performance is optimised, repairs and down-time are kept to a minimum, and steam quality is maintained.
Optimising boiler efficiency using tried and tested water treatment techniques can deliver significant benefits to organisations and operators of industrial steam boiler installations. This expert guide has been prepared by the specialists at Water Treatment Services and looks at how improvements to water quality can benefit boiler plant safety, heat transfer and combustion efficiencies.
In this expert guide the air quality specialists at WTS consider the most common types of mould found in houses, offices and other workplaces, which ones can be dangerous and how they affect the health and wellbeing of building occupants.
In this guide the experts at Water Treatment Services consider the rules and regulations for testing private water supplies, and look at who’s responsible for ensuring the water coming from these supplies is safe to drink.
In this expert guide the air quality team at WTS consider some of the common problems associated with the selection and operation of Local Exhaust Ventilation systems.
Creating healthy work environments for people is becoming more important than ever. Not only does it make good business sense, but many of the essential factors required to create these healthy work spaces are also required under health and safety law.
In this practical guide the built environment specialists at WTS highlight a number of key environmental factors that can effect the health and well-being of people in the workplace including temperature and humidity, lighting, noise, and the presence of volatile organic compounds.
The guide concludes with a look at other issues that can be important in the creation of healthy workplaces including good cleaning and maintenance procedures, testing and performance monitoring, and the importance of good management systems and staff communication. Read more