Matt Morse, Chairman Of The Legionella Control Association, Joins ProEconomy For New Podcast
In this podcast Matt Morse, Chairman Of The Legionella Control Association, discusses the LCA’s role, the criticism it has received and LCA’s future, with ProEconomy’s sales director, Sonia King.
Nick Barsby, Commercial Water Testing Manager at Adey Laboratories
ProEconomy’s Sonia King discusses water sampling with Nick Barsby. They discuss how the water sampling industry has changed in the last 10 years, compliance within the water sector, sampling methods, new technology and water analysis costs.
ProEconomy now offer independent water sampling without the installation of an Orca system. Traditionally, we would only sample or temperature check a site that had installed an Orca system. With the release of our Tetras Cloud Based Water Management System we now offer water sampling independently. This sampling comes with the use and setup of our Tetras system, which gives the customer a one stop shop to view and interrogate their water analyse results and temperatures in individual samples and site wide. These samples would be analysed by a UKAS approved laboratory like Nick’s.
If you’d like to find out more about our sampling service and Tetras please get in touch.
George Kent discusses the use of copper and silver ionisation in swimming pools
Our second podcast is with George Kent, Proprietor at Ag Kent Alloys. His long-held, senior roles in the industry are a testimony to his extensive research and work on water treatment.
During the podcast George provides an insight into copper and silver ionisation, how copper and silver water treatment works to keep lives safe and the downsides of Chlorine water treatment. Finally, he discusses his latest project that he hopes will help the third world by economically treating large volumes of water.
It was a pleasure talking to George and discussing the positives of copper and silver water treatment and hearing about his fantastic charity work.
Outlet issues with Jonathan Waggott
Our first podcast discusses issues at the outlet with Jonathan Waggott MWMSoc FRSPH a Water Expert and Innovator.
Jonathan is one of the world’s leading consultants in sanitary ware and infection control and sits as a council member and committee chair of the Water Management society, one of his many prestigious roles.
During the podcast, Jonathan discusses how the water treatment market has changed in the last 10 years, issues occurring in the outlet, how taps and showers could be spreading pseudomonas, the positive impact of water safety groups and what clinical sites should be looking for in taps and showers. Finally, Jonathan also gives his opinion on thermostatic mixing values (tmvs), on site training courses and the increase of copper and silver in taps and showers.
We are really grateful to Jonathan for providing his experience and expert knowledge for our podcast. Our discussion with him is certainly an interesting one, casting light on how far the water industry has come but also how far it has to go.