Water Treatment Services

Legionnaires Disease Prevention, Testing and Remediation  read more...
Pennine Water take samples to a local independent public analyst.
Water Treatment Risk Assessment  read more...
A Legionella Risk Assessment is required to be performed every two years, by law. With the aim of practical compliance with the HSE document "L8-The Control of Legionella Bacteria in Water Systems", one of our trained assessors will visit your site, and provide guidance on safe operating procedures for all water systems.
Water Sterilisation  read more...
Sterilisation of water systems is essential before use, and is carried out to BS6700:1997 specifications at all new builds, and as part of planned maintenance of all existing properties.
 
Bacteriological Testing  read more...
Bacteriological analysis is carried out according to strict guidelines at our independent UKAS-registered laboratory.
Tank Cleaning  read more...
It is recommended under L8 that all potable water storage be inspected, and cleaned as necessary, at least once per annum.
Pre-commission Cleaning  read more...
Using non-acidic formulated cleaning agents, designed not to attack materials of construction, but to remove cutting oil, jointing paste, mill scale and other material residue in a system.
Water Treatment Chemicals & Equipment  read more...
Pennine Water supply a wide range of branded and pre-mixed chemicals for use in such systems as low pressure hot water, chilled water, cooling towers and steam boilers.

Bacteriological Testing

Bacteriological Testing As part of British Standard 6700:1997, it is compulsory to take water samples from each sterilised system, for Bacteriological Analysis.

In order to meet this legislation Pennine Water provides a bacteriological testing service. This service means you can be confident that your water systems meet with the law.

When conducting the test, a member of our experienced team will take sealed samples of your water to a local independent public analyst, (who is UKAS approved for calibration and testing), where monitoring takes place under strict guidelines.

Samples of the water in your system are also taken on a routine basis as part of planned maintenance programs, ensuring that potential problems can be quickly identified, and remedied, before a full-scale outbreak can occur, giving you piece of mind that your systems are safe.

Samples can also be taken for metallurgical analysis, particularly to check the levels of iron, lead and copper in potable water, as high levels can cause many health problems.

Any problem identified can be quickly remedied by one of our several specialist water treatment services.


Call Pennine Water Treatment on 0161 272 0762