Articles

A selection of Waterline publication articles:

Designing a solution (How do you design for a solution?)

As featured in waterline Autumn 2018 Designing a solution(How do you design for a solution?) – Rebecca Platt WMSoc held a very successful “Designing Out” event in December 2017. In order to reach out and engage with architects and designers, we held a competition for design students. The winner was Becky Platt, from Sheffield Hallam… Read more »

Optimizing fluoride & arsenic removal with gravity-driven sorption contacters

As featured in waterline Summer 2018 Optimizing fluoride & arsenicremoval with gravity-drivensorption contacters by Caminos de Agua A summary of the current state of research and development of a low cost, field appropriate, globally replicable fluoride and arsenic treatment system using functionalized biochars and Bayoxide E33 BACKGROUNDThe Independence Aquifer in Central Mexico is in a… Read more »

Waterline – Spring 2018 – The Dry Wet Cooler v Cooling Tower Question

As featured in waterline Spring 2018 The Dry Wet Cooler v Cooling Tower Question Colin Brown,Carter Environmental Engineers Waterline Guest Editors: this is a new feature that will hopefully introduce different topics into the pages of this journal. Colin Brown, a longstanding member of Council and the Chairman Elect, has taken on the the first… Read more »

Waterline – Spring 2018 – Materials Of Construction of Evaporative Coolers & Condensers

As featured in waterline Spring 2018 Materials Of Construction of Evaporative Coolers & Condensers Colin Brown,Carter Environmental Engineers Taking into account the many considerations prospective duty holders have when deciding on the type of evaporative cooling and condenser equipment they should purchase, most will focus on how much will it cost to buy and will… Read more »

Waterline – Spring 2018 – Evaporative Cooling Towers & Condensers and Working at Height

As featured in waterline Spring 2018 Evaporative Cooling Towers & Condensers and Working at Height Colin Brown,Carter Environmental Engineers Many years ago little thought was given to the implications of working at height whilst carrying out inspections and maintenance procedures on evaporative cooling equipment. There are many accounts which may cause shudders of disbelief with… Read more »

Waterline – Winter – 2017/18 – Legionella sample size reporting requirements

As featured in waterline Winter 2017/18 Legionella sample size reporting requirements Dr Jennifer Newton, Express Micro Science Laboratory test reports must comply with ISO 17025 requirements for reporting results. These requirements include having a unique identifier (the lab number), citing the receipt and test date, providing a unique description of the sample submitted and in… Read more »

Waterline – Winter – 2017/18 – UKAS Accredited laboratory test reports

As featured in waterline Winter 2017/18 UKAS ACCREDITED LABORATORY TEST REPORTS Many users of laboratory services look for the UKAS symbol on a test report to give them confidence in the accuracy and impartiality of results. But what is the meaning behind this symbol and what should those commissioning accredited testing services expect to find… Read more »

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Product Spotlight

Cistermiser launches Vecta+ Sensor Tap Range

The Vecta+ Sensor Tap range are easy to install, as retrofit or new build installations. They help to improve hygiene and prevent the transfer of pathogens with no-touch controls. With an infrared tap, the water only runs while your hands are in range, so these taps reduce wasted water, increase efficiency, save energy and reduce costs, while maintaining reliability and high performance. For more information about these infrared taps, visit www.cistermiser.co.uk or call 0118 969 1611.

Velappity- Risk Assessment and Compliance Software

Velappity is a risk assessment and compliance solution that can reduce your reporting time by 50% and improve operational efficiency. Our forms module eliminates the drawbacks associated with paper-based reporting. You can easily create branded risk assessments and complex forms in a digital framework to complete inspections on-site, on any device. The integrated compliance module enables organisations to manage and report on all types of assets and complete inspection tests, raise non-compliances and report to clients, all within the app.

Effective Thermal Disinfection at POU

By using the readily available system temperature hot water supply (>60C), the patented ILTDU, In-Line Thermal Disinfection Unit, from Horne Engineering facilitates the only effective thermal disinfection of showers, taps, TMVs, their associated pipe-work feeds, ancillary fittings, mixed water deadleg and terminal outlet fitting. In conjunction with high velocity flushing, which shears excess biofilm from internal pipework surfaces (and represents 95% of the water system’s total bio-load) thus improving water quality, regular operation of the ILTDU further aids the risk-management of retrograde pathogens, e.g. opportunistic Pseudomonas Aeruginosa, Non-Tuberculous Mycobacteria and others. http://b.link/Pathogen-Control

HM&V Utilities Ltd – Helping you stay compliant

HM&V Utilities Ltd are a LCA Registered Water Hygiene and Utility Specialist based the South of the UK. We provide comprehensive packages to help clients stay compliant with their obligations under current legislation and law. From the initial Risk Assessment to corrective remedial actions, we have you covered. We are LCA registered and ISO9001 accredited to carry out Legionella Risk Assessments, Cleaning and Disinfection services as well as Sampling & Analytical Services.