Water Hygiene Centre Blog
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Do legionella samples need to be taken coming out of lockdown?
  In the previous two months, the Water Hygiene Centre has published various blogs on water safety and the implications of lockdown. The first blog...
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Summary of guidance and advice issued during lockdown
 
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Legionella, the environment and management within water systems.
  Pre-existing conditions It’s common for wholesome water to contain aquatic bacteria as our intention is for ‘potable water’ to be ‘hygienically safe’ (in accordance with the requirements of the...
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Legionella control for hospices and health estates.
  In order to determine an appropriate and proportionate control strategy for the safe management of waterborne bacteria such as Legionella species (spp), it’s prudent to understand the...
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Post Lockdown Reoccupation of Properties
  Recently we published our advice 'Water management considerations during the lock-down period [COVID-19 precautions]' which was designed to give advice whilst we are in the lockdown. In this...
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Traditional water treatment methods & alternative technologies: Part 3
  The importance of knowing; ‘when’ to use supplementary control and ‘which’ control to use! Part 3 - Supplementary Control: the use of Cu/Ag ionisation, UV & Filtration
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New Authorising Engineers [Water] for the Water Hygiene Centre
  Once again, we are very pleased to announce that our team continues to expand with the arrival of two new Senior Consultants.
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What's wrong with this photo?
Legionella counts pre and post on the hot and cold. Can you spot the reasons why??
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Traditional water treatment methods & alternative technologies: Part 2
    The importance of knowing; ‘when’ to use supplementary control and ‘which’ control to use! Part 2 - Supplementary Control In ‘Part 1 – Traditional Control’ we discussed the importance of...
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Traditional water treatment methods and alternative technologies: Part 1
    The importance of knowing; ‘when’ to use supplementary control and ‘which’ control to use! Part 1 - Traditional Control The basic principles of good water management are simple.
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