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One stroke at a time; addressing the chlorine shortage for ...

Jun 13, 2022| Swimming Pools
The familiar combination of Brexit, production in China, and the supply chain have stuck again. They have changed our shopping habits, left our ...

BS 7592: 2022 Sampling for Legionella bacteria. What’s new?

Jun 6, 2022| Legionella Control
The British Standard Institution issues guidance on water sampling to test for Legionella bacteria. It has recently published a new version of the ...

Potable water quality and bacteria in water distribution ...

Summary Access to clean and safe water is something we take for granted in the UK. But it is still the preoccupation of Water Safety Group team ...

Legionella prevention: lessons learned from the Barrow ...

May 17, 2022| Legionella Control
Twenty years ago this August in Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, seven people died, and 180 people became ill. The sickness was caused by an outbreak of ...

Can you catch Legionnaires’ disease from showers?

Apr 12, 2022| Legionella Control
Yes, you can catch Legionnaires’ disease from a shower. It is unlikely that you will catch the disease in your own home if you live there full time. ...

What every business should know about ACOP L8 compliance

Every business needs to understand and carry out their legal and regulatory duties regarding the control of Legionella – the bacterium that causes ...

Legionella Risk Assessment: everything you need to know

Summary Conducting a Legionella Risk Assessment (LRA) is a legal requirement under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, and building managers have ...

How are coagulants and flocculants used in water and ...

Jump to What is coagulation and flocculation in water treatment? The coagulation process in water treatment Types of coagulants The most commonly ...

Why water management is vital to prevent legionnaires ...

Jan 19, 2022| Legionella Control
Legionnaires’ disease is a severe and potentially fatal type of pneumonia resulting from infection. People contract the disease by inhaling droplets ...

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