Posts tagged with ‘water treatment’

  • ICOM’s 2016 Annual Lunch focuses on energy

    By Debbie Eales on June 16, 2016
    ICOM Energy Association members and guests gathered at the RAF Club in London for the annual lunch, bringing together over 100 of the commercial and industrial heating sector’s key decision makers. Highlights of the event, which was sponsored by Bosch and Nortek, included a fascinating overview of global energy markets by BBC Science Editor David Shukman and the presentation of […]
  • ‘Poor staff communication’ a factor in swimming pool safety errors

    By Debbie Eales on August 20, 2014
    Swimming pool owners should include staff communications in their annual reviews of water safety, according to air and water services specialists Airmec. Different working patterns and practices mean that there is often little interface between poolside staff and the facilities managers and engineering teams. This can lead to mistaken assumptions about who does what and can increase the risk of […]
  • New website makes water treatment easier than ever

    By Debbie Eales on June 3, 2014
    Sentinel, an expert in cleaning, protecting and maintaining heating systems, has launched a new website for domestic and commercial users, designed to make achieving best practice water treatment easy. The website offers offers product help, retailer sourcing, FAQs, downloads, ‘how-to’ guides, videos, water quality sample checking and more. It is tailored for PCs, tablets or smart phones – allowing users […]