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Legionella bug found at Llandrindod Wells hospital

A hospital’s water system has been flushed through after part was found to contain legionella, the bacteria which can cause Legionnaires’ disease. The bug was discovered at Llandrindod Wells Hospital in Powys following concerns over water quality. Bottled water was used for washing until the water system was cleaned through on Friday. Powys Teaching Health Board said […]

Legionnaires’ disease: Another case in Carmarthen

Another case of Legionnaires’ disease has been confirmed in Carmarthen, taking the total to four, say health officials. Public Health Wales and Carmarthenshire’s environmental health officials are still trying to identify the source of the illness in the town. Three people were treated initially after the outbreak was reported last week. The disease is contracted by breathing […]

Legionella Control Association Accreditation

As of May 2012 Aquastat Environmental Services would like to announce they have once again achieved ‘Class 1’ status with the Legionella Control Association (LCA). This accreditation is only awarded to companies who abide by and follow the strict Code of Conduct put together by the British Association for Chemical Specialities and the Water Management […]

Aquastat achieves ‘Class 1’ accreditation

As of May 2011 Aquastat Environmental Services would like to announce they have once again achieved ‘Class 1′ status with the Legionella Control Association (LCA). This accreditation is only awarded to companies who abide by and follow the strict Code of Conduct put together by the British Association for Chemical Specialities and the Water Management […]

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