Biocide tolerance in microorganisms – is there a solution to this problem?

An article published on LinkedIn, by Dr V. Barbosa yesterday discusses isolation, analysis methods, and control measures for multi-drug resistant Stenotrophomonas maltophilia. What Is Stenotrophomonas maltophilia? S. maltophilia is associated with wet surfaces and aqueous solutions. Its cells have the ability to survive with minimal nutrients, in drinking water, ultrapure water, treated water and dialysate effluent. […]

Posted on September 7, 2016

Sampling method for Stenotrophomonas maltophilia – an emerging pathogen

Following the publication of the new updated version of the HTM04-01 earlier this year, it is now necessary to ensure safety of all water used by patients, residents, staff and visitors. This minimises the risk of infection associated with all waterborne pathogens. This applies to other waterborne pathogens, not just Legionella. Therefore, safety procedures also […]

Posted on September 6, 2016

ProEconomy August 2016 Newsletter

Follow the link below and check out the the ProEconomy August 2016 Newsletter. This issue deals with topics like: “Could you contract Legionnaires’ disease from your toilet?” “The New HTM 04-01 – what is new? “The latest research on Legionella and risk management in hospitals.” “Details of how to have a drink with us during […]

Posted on August 30, 2016

Risks posed by germs in toilet plume after flushing toilets

Potentially harmful germs can be found as far away as 6 feet from the toilet after flushing.

Posted on August 19, 2016

The HTM04-01, 2016 – What is new?

It now recognises that the temperature control regime is the traditional approach and no longer the preferred strategy.

Posted on June 2, 2016

SMURF-like people! Open letter to delegates of the RSPH ‘Water Safety – It’s choice, not chance’ meeting 03/02/2016

Open Letter by Dr B. Bedford PhD Legionella Control ProEconomy Ltd Tel.: +44(0)1525 854111 E-mail: Dr John Lee, of Leegionella Ltd, recently gave an interesting presentation entitled ‘Managing water safety: pros and cons of different treatment regimes’ at the RSPH ‘Water Safety – It’s choice, not chance’ meeting, showing a shocking photograph of a […]

Posted on February 26, 2016

The New ProEconomy Newsletter Is Here!

  Issue 1 of the new ProEconomy Newsletter was published recently. We aim to keep you up-to-date on a monthly basis with what we do, new scientific articles and our blog articles. The 1st Issue Of The New ProEconomy Newsletter The first issue reports on the installation of the Orca at Churchill Hospital (part of John […]

Posted on November 20, 2015

ProEconomy Exhibit at IHEEM 2015

ProEconomy were at the IHEEM 2015 Annual Conference, from Tuesday to Wednesday, 20-21 October 2015, at Stand: D43, next to the VIP area. What Is Healthcare Estates? Healthcare Estates is a unique event that consists of the IHEEM Annual Conference, Awards Dinner and the UK’s largest trade exhibition for the sector. The IHEEM 2015 Thank […]

Posted on October 16, 2015

Legionella and Pseudomonas control at Croydon Health Services

Easy to use software monitors risk assessments and flushing of low-use water outlets to help fight Legionnaire’s Disease and Pseudomonas. “I’d totally recommend it, without hesitation! I love L8guard!”

Posted on September 22, 2015

Copper – an essential micronutrient for plants and humans, but deadly to microbes!

Copper is a trace element, of which we need around 1.2 mg per day.

Posted on July 17, 2015

ProEconomy's reputation speaks volumes and the Orca system is highly regarded by those who have installed it.


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