A blog by a scientist/writer who attended the Legionella and Environment Action Platform – L.E.A.P 2, where she highlights what the event was like for her.
The most commonly control measures for Legionella currently in use are intermittent heat and flush, temperature control, chlorine dioxide and copper-silver ionisation, but which method is safest, as well as effective?
How the Orca System Controls Legionella We introduce you to a video on ProEconomy’s YouTube channel showing how the Orca system controls Legionella and Pseudomonas in water systems. ProEconomy is a UK water treatment company which produces the Orca Copper and Silver Ionisation System for the control of Legionella and Pseudomonas in water. We have […]
In this blog, we discuss the danger of non-touch sensor taps and analyse links between non-touch sensor taps and Pseudomonas. BBH – Danger Of Non-Touch Sensor Taps An article in the Building Better Healthcare (BBH) website entitled ‘Non-touch taps could be fuelling Pseudomonas outbreak, report claims’ discusses a Department of Health report suggesting a link […]
Diseases like pneumonia can be fatal, especially in immuno-compromised individuals. As shown in the Daily Mail online today, a patient being treated for cancer died because of an infection she contracted at Royal Sussex Hospital in Brighton.