Archive for 2018

The Value of Reliability at Build2Perform

18th December 2018

Guardian Water Treatment’s MD, Steven Booth, took to the stage at Build2Perform in Olympia, in November, alongside Steve Munn from Hevasure. The pair delivered a headlining session entitled ‘The Value of Reliability’. During the seminar Steve Munn, an experienced research scientist and Hevasure’s MD, presented strong evidence to support the case for remote monitoring in […]

Guardian supports apprenticeships across the board

4th December 2018

Guardian Water Treatment takes recruitment and training seriously and has an ongoing commitment to apprenticeships across the company in a number of office-based and engineering roles. Keen to make the most of home-grown talent, Guardian believes the energy put in to training up the next generation of recruits is more than worthwhile. John Conyard was […]

Guardian and Hevasure Headline Build2Perform 2018

20th November 2018

Guardian Water Treatment is exhibiting and presenting alongside Hevasure at Build2Perform, taking place in Kensington Olympia on 27th and 28th November. The conference, hosted by CIBSE, is staging an impressive schedule of seminar sessions and there will also be the opportunity for delegates to visit the stands of over 60 companies from across the building […]

Hevasure are award winners!

26th October 2018

Our certified partner, Hevasure, has scooped Ancillary Product of Year at this year’s HVR Awards, which took place on the 25th October at the Chelsea Harbour Hotel. The award winning product is the latest incarnation of its innovative water monitoring technology, G2. Providing 24/7 real-time data on water condition, Hevasure is revolutionising water system management […]

Busting water treatment myths

17th October 2018

Compared with the rest of building services engineering, the water system management sector is behind the times when it comes to the way closed circuit systems are managed and maintained. Following on from our ‘Innovations in Water Treatment’ conference, which took place on the 10th October, here’s an overview of common water treatment myths, as […]

HVR Award Finalists for HVAC Initiative of the Year

12th September 2018

Guardian Water Treatment is excited to be a finalist in the HVAC Initiative of the Year category this year’s HVR Awards. Our entry details how we are improving and changing the way closed-circuit water systems are managed, from pre-commissioning cleaning and throughout a HVAC systems life. Focusing on our working relationship with certified partner, Hevasure, […]

How can hotels protect against legionella?

5th September 2018

This summer has resulted in the usual spike in cases of Legionnaires’ Disease, the potentially deadly condition caused by bacteria growth in water that has been left to stagnate. In a recent case, The Ramada Park Hall Hotel and Spa in Wolverhampton was closed down by the City of Wolverhampton Council after legionella bacteria was […]

Reducing water wastage in the built environment

5th September 2018

We’ve just come to the end of this year’s World Water Week (26th – 31st August), a unique event which provides a platform for positive discussion about water-related challenges and their impact on environmental, health, climate and economic agendas. The topic of reducing water usage received considerable attention this year, following severe drought in the […]

Preventing Biofilm Formation

30th July 2018

What are biofilms? Put most simply, they constitute a large group of previously free-floating microorganisms that colonise and stick together and then adhere to a surface. To view them simply as a bacterial slime layers is to underestimate them as, in a group, they change their behaviour to act as one body, or biological system. […]

Heatwave brings increased Legionella risk

10th July 2018

The longest heatwave the UK has seen for 5 years is still in full swing.  Temperatures of over 28 degrees were recorded for 16 consecutive days this year, and it’s conditions such as these that present perfect Legionella breeding conditions. Landlords and facilities managers responsible for running of large commercial and residential buildings should be […]