Water Compliance Solutions (WCS) provides a complete portfolio of water system assessment and management services, support and training

Making sense of complex Water Regulations

We turn complex and demanding Water Regulations into clear and simple procedures. By providing all the services and guidance you need, we enable you, your users, customers and your organisation to stay safe and compliant.

Experience and expertise you can trust

Organisations of all sizes and sectors, from across the UK, trust our highly skilled and professional engineers. We are experts in every aspect of water treatment, legionella control and water compliance.

Recognised standards that assure compliance and safety

All our work conforms strictly to the most up-to-date regulations and legislation. You also receive all the reports and vital certification documents that you need to satisfy meticulous HSE inspections.

A friendly, helpful and comprehensive service

From legionella risk assessment to full protection and maintenance packages, WCS gives you a friendly, helpful and tailored service. You receive all the expert support you need and outstanding value for money.

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Experts in legionella protection, water treatment and water regulations

Legionella Services

Legionella Services from Water Compliance Solutions

Why does legionella matter?

Water is life's ultimate essential, fundamental to our daily lives, wellbeing and businesses. Yet wherever there is water + warmth + any source of residue or contamination, the deadly legionella bacterium thrives. Anyone breathing in infected water droplets from the air can contract the potentially fatal Legionnaires' Disease. If you own or control premises, the law requires you to assess and manage the risks associated with legionella.

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Water Treatment

Water Treatment services from Water Compliance Solutions

We are Water Treatment Specialists

Water treatment of closed water systems is a legal essential and an economic advantage. There are numerous legislative requirements relating to closed water systems such as heating and chilled water supply. We ensure water safety and compliance in relation to BSRIA documentation, BG/29, BG/50 and British Standards BS7593 and BS8552. Closed water systems are prone to attack from slime form bacteria and the effects of scale and corrosion. By using the correct biocide, scale and corrosion inhibitors heating and chilled water systems can remain efficient for longer which saves on energy and repairs while remaining safe to use.

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Water Regulations

Water Regulation services from Water Compliance Solutions

We help you stay safe and compliant

Water Regulations are legal requirements to protect the public from contaminated water. We understand that water regulations can be lengthy and complex procedures and as your water compliance specialists we take the hassle out of your legal obligations, ensuring you are fully compliant. We do full cost-effective checks and provide accredited certifications. Find out more today.

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We are fully accredited to undertake all our service areas

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Stoke-on-Trent firm JTF fined £1m for Legionnaire's deaths

Legionella in a hot tub The hot tub sales firm, JTF, was fined £1m in July this year following the deaths of two men from Legionnaire's disease. Twenty others were also taken ill with the disease. The outbreak was caused by harmful levels of Legionella bacteria being allowed to grow in…

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A killer in our midst: Legionella death from a gardening hose!

People commonly link Legionella to large buildings   We often report on the risk of Legionnaire's disease from large cooling towers and the water systems of public buildings such as hospitals, schools and hotels. While Legionella bacteria is often present harmlessly in low numbers in ponds, rivers and lakes, it can rapidly…

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Legionella case studies: Gloucestershire Royal Hospital

A patient "may have acquired" Legionnaire's Disease at hospital   A patient at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital may have become infected with Legionnaire's disease while attending the hospital's dialysis unit. Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust said the patient "may have acquired" it while at the unit. According to reports, no other…

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