Pandemic Increases Risk Of Office-Bound Legionnaire’s Disease

The lockdown has forced many people to work from home to avoid the risk of contracting the coronavirus at work. But while our offices and workplaces are empty, water is sitting in the pipes, getting old and potentially dangerous. When water isn’t flowing, organisms...

Could Drinking More Water Support Your Weight Loss?

If you’ve been struggling to keep on top of your weight during lockdown and find that you’re snacking more than usual, you might find that drinking more water could help. An article for the Express recently pointed out that swapping sugary fizzy drinks for water can...

Could Drinking More Water Support Your Weight Loss?

If you’ve been struggling to keep on top of your weight during lockdown and find that you’re snacking more than usual, you might find that drinking more water could help. An article for the Express recently pointed out that swapping sugary fizzy drinks for water can...

Is Softened Water Bad For Your Plants?

With the pandemic leading to a serious surge in popularity for gardening, thanks to us all spending so much time at home during lockdown, there are many of you out there trying out your green fingers for perhaps the very first time. Growing plants and starting a...

Govt Launches Review Into Long-term Water Needs

The government has shown its commitment to making sure the country continues to have the supply and quality of water it needs for decades to come. It has done this by releasing a policy paper that will explore the long-term water needs for public water supplies,...

How To Clean Limescale From Appliances

In the UK, many of us have hard or medium-hard water, and when it comes to keeping your home clean and your appliances in good working order, the limescale build-up that comes with hard water can cause problems. Limescale can coat kettles, slow down coffee machines,...