May 22, 2019 Last Updated 1:19 PM, May 22, 2019
Stuart Doggrell, Water Heating General Manager at Fabdec, discusses how developments in water heating can improve efficiency and sustainability for housing associations and improve standards for residents.
Recent news has revealed that the Government has pledged to invest £2bn in building social housing properties over the next 10 years. Whilst this will certainly help mitigate the shortfall of social housing available within the UK, other steps must be taken to ensure current…
The threat of flooding is increasingly linked to climate change and expanding urbanisation. Leeds narrowly escaped a major disaster during the 2007 floods and since then there have been several localised flood events closing the train station, blocking roads and resulting in city centre residents…
With the publication of the revised memorandum – HTM 04-01: Safe water in healthcare premises – the Department of Health (DH) has set a renewed and strong focus on the control of waterborne pathogens in healthcare settings. Here Eoin McQuone, Business Director at washroom specialist…
Hard water affects around 15 million homes in the UK and most of these have no scale protection. Hard water wastes energy, shortens the life of boilers and appliances and causes the usual problems of hard water scale.
Improperly stored hot water can breed bugs – yet scalding temperatures must be avoided. Here Craig Baker, Marketing Director at Mira Showers, explains how fitting the right valves can ensure safety and hygiene.
Durapipe’s Building Services Brand Manager, Des Dolan, discusses why the design and installation of pipe systems needs including within water quality strategies.
The changing nature of communities and our lifestyle choices cause havoc for wastewater pumping stations. Chris Harvey, an expert in wastewater pump selection at Xylem, outlines the problems and offers some solutions.
If you are an employer or person in control of premises, you must organise a Legionella risk assessment, therefore a reliable thermometer kit is essential.
Work has begun on the creation of a three-storey basement at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, with a variety of materials from Delta Membrane Systems selected to create the necessary waterproofing to the structure. The contract itself is being carried out by Wates…
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