Guardian Water Treatment is a top employer!

28th April 2017

We know that a huge part of the growth, expansion and progression of Guardian boils down to our ‘people’: the engineers, office staff and management that keep the wheels turning and the water flowing! So, we carried out a survey of our staff to find out what it’s really like to work for Guardian, and […]

Buildings could be ‘safe havens’ from toxic pollution

24th April 2017

A campaign was launched in March urging the government to take action on urban pollution by overhauling the 60-year-old Clean Air Act, the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) have highlighted the importance of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) as a quick action solution, suggesting the new Act should support the role of buildings as ‘safe havens’ from […]

We’ve achieved ISO 14001 environmental certification

10th April 2017

We’ve been awarded ISO 14001:2015 certification, the International Standard for environmental management which supports organisations in reducing their environmental impact. ISO 14001 was revised in 2015, bringing an increased focus on sustainable development and helping businesses to effectively manage the environmental challenges of the future.  It provides a framework for the development of an Environmental […]

Northern expansion for Guardian Water Treatment

14th March 2017

Guardian Water Treatment has opened a new office in Leeds.  Thanks to continuing nationwide growth, we’ve expanded from our Essex-base in order to better serve our northern operations. Employing the latest sustainable technologies, Guardian Water Treatment works with facilities managers and building services engineers in both domestic and commercial buildings to provide ‘whole life’ air and […]

Growing our own – introducing Guardian’s office-based apprentices

13th February 2017

Over the past year, Guardian has been searching for fresh and enthusiastic new talent to join our growing business and fulfil the increased demand for our services. As part of this expansion, we have welcomed three new office-based apprentices to the team: Justin Humphreys, Jamie Turner and Tom Holt all live within a couple of […]

London air pollution in the spot light

6th February 2017

The start of 2017 saw legal levels of annual traffic fumes exceeded in 120 hours on Brixton Road, London, putting the stark reality of the dangers of indoor and outdoor air pollution into the spotlight just five days into the New Year. European law limits how much nitrogen dioxide (NO2), the toxic gas emitted by […]

Benefits of Pre-Commissioning Cleaning Services for Water Systems

26th November 2016

When you are tackling a major construction project, you will want to make the build process as easy as possible. Using a pre-commissioning cleaning service for your water systems is a simple step that can help provide peace of mind and avoid problems further down the line. A secure system for the future Blocked pipes, […]

How can landlords keep their tenants safe?

15th November 2016

Landlords in the UK have a duty of care to ensure that the properties they let out are safe and free from health hazards, but, despite this, new figures from housing charity Shelter suggest that four in ten British Homes aren’t up to standard. In an attempt to tackle the problem of bad landlords giving […]

Work on exciting buildings with award winning technology!

15th November 2016

We’re looking for water treatment engineers, covering sites in London and the South East. If you become a water treatment engineer for Guardian, you may find yourself working on some very exciting buildings, iconic landmarks, such as the ‘Cheesegrater’, London’s finest hotels and important premises such as hospitals and schools. We maintain water systems and […]

An Overview of Health and Safety Legislation Related to Water Treatment

9th November 2016

Health and safety legislation, which covers water treatment practices, aims to minimise risk to building occupants and members of the public. The law, as discussed in the following article, applies to commercial settings. Hygiene is paramount when it comes to designing and maintaining water systems, whether for drinking water or facilities. The following provides a […]