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Legionella Testing

Problem

It is a legal responsibility of building management to ensure that water on the premises is safe for customer, visitors and staff. This includes drinking water and water for showers, baths, toilets, sinks swimming pools and Jacuzzis.

The Water Authority’s responsibility for water quality ends at the stopcock. Thereafter, it is building management who are responsible for all aspects of water risks. The risk of water contamination and the threat of legionella are very real and it is essential that Building Manager ensure every measure has been taken to protect public safety.

Macdet Solution

Macdet undertake Legionella Risk Assessments based on The Control of Legionella Bacteria in Water Systems Approved Codes of Practice and Guidance Notes (L8). Working in conjunction with The School of Life Sciences and Glasgow University.

Macdet will assess, report, implement and maintain the most appropriate action plan in accordance with Health and Safety and compliance with water quality regulations.



Macdet Staff

All Macdet staff are highly trained in both cleaning methods and in the handling of industrial chemicals, which are used in the cleaning process

Recommendation

The removal of this accumulated grease and dirt required deep cleaning and should be undertaken at three or six-monthly intervals.

Free Quote

Prior to undertaking any cleaning work, Macdet provide a free written quotation and survey assessment

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