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Environmental Compliance Services for Water and Air
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With the ACoP L8 and HSG 274 at its core, Hydro-X is able to look after all of your water treatment and hygiene requirements. We offer unique and innovative products such as Hydro-Fil™ and Hydro-Safe™
With our sister company Hydro-X-Air, we can also undertake all Air Hygiene related surveys and works, inlcuding Indoor Air Quality Assessments, LEV Surveys, and ductwork/kitchen etract cleaning to TR19 standards
Hydro-X have a dedicated team ready to complete an onsite Noise Risk Assessment, produce the results, suggest the necessary changes to be made & offer advice
Specialising in multiple areas allows us to offer you more security over other more traditional suppliers, and to tailor make contracts for you depending on your requirements.
We have Warehouses, Offices, Account Managers and Engineers across Great Britain
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Public Health England’s Monthly Legionella Report – October 2017:
A DUDLEY engineering firm has been fined £10,000 after it failed to prevent the risk of exposure to dangerous bacteria in a tunnel wash at its powder coating plant. An investigation by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) found that De-Met Colourcoat Limited, based at Grazebrook Industrial Park, Peartree Lane, had no controls in place
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The death toll from an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in a large Lisbon hospital doubled to four on Friday, Portugal’s health authority DGS said, but the number of new cases being discovered appeared to subside. The severe form of pneumonia has made another 40 people sick since it was detected on Oct. 31 at the
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Nine people contracted Legionnaires’ disease after visiting Disneyland in September, health officials in California say. Disneyland has shut down two cooling towers after nine people who visited the California theme park came down with Legionnaires’ disease. The nine Disneyland cases are among 12 total cases of the bacterial lung infection that the Orange County Health
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The family of a woman who died after contracting Legionnaires’ disease say more could have been done to save her. Elaine Brown, 69, from Liverpool, died in August after a stay at The Feathers Hotel in Ludlow, Shropshire. Her death came months after another guest caught the disease but Public Health England did not tell anyone.
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Work is underway to completely overhaul the plumbing system at the hotel A Burton hotel forced to close when two people were diagnosed with legionnaires’ disease after staying there has now partly reopened. The Three Queens Hotel, in Bridge Street, has now partly reopened its doors after it was closed earlier this month as a
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A hotel closed due to an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease which led to a death of a woman guest could be back open on November 13 – exactly two months after it was closed. The Feathers Hotel in Ludlow was temporarily closed as a precautionary measure on September 13 after advice from Public Health England
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Recent rise recorded in number of cases of Legionnaires’ disease in people who have travelled to Palmanova, in Mallorca, Spain. Latest update Since September, 18 British travellers who stayed in the town of Palmanova in Mallorca, Spain have been diagnosed with Legionnaires’ disease; those affected travelled to Palmanova from different parts of the UK. Legionnaires’ disease
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Public Health England’s Monthly Legionella Report – September 2017:
Father-of-two is left needing a heart transplant after being struck down by Legionnaires’ disease while on holiday
Christopher Rasor suddenly fell ill with condition on holiday in Spain in August Father, 40, now fighting for his life after infection exacerbated heart condition Doctors at Addenbrooke’s Hospital say he needs a heart transplant to survive A father has been left needing a heart transplant after being struck down by Legionnaires’ disease on holiday.
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