Water Compliance

Providing confidence that your business complies with relevant legislation

Whatever sector or industry your business is in, you will have responsibility to ensure the safety and wellbeing of employees, tenants, clients or customers on your premises. TWS provides a wide range of solutions and advice, delivered by industry experts, to help you stay compliant in the face of constantly changing legislation.

Industrial and Cess & Septic Tankered Waste

Ensuring liquid waste is dealt with safely, sustainably and cost effectively is a major responsibility for businesses. Our sewage treatment centre at Bran Sands, Teesside, is industry leading in its sustainable approach to waste treatment.

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Legionella Testing and Legionella Management

Water hygiene is a crucial area of responsibility for employers, landlords and business owners. We can support with BS8580 risk assessments tailored to your business. Our approach identifies any remedial work, and helps implement preventative strategies to maintain compliance.

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Spa Pool Management

Spa pools are subject to a number of water regulations. Our team are on hand to help you provide a safe and hygienic environment, in compliance with all relevant legislation.

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Legionella Training

We provide customised, straightforward training to ensure your team are fully up to speed with their responsibilities for legionella management, as well as other compliance issues.

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Water Supply Regulations

Our consultants can help you quickly identify the water regulations which are relevant to your business, and provide expert advice to help you keep on top of changing legislation.

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Fire Hydrant Testing

We provide pressure and flow testing for fire hydrants in accordance with BS9990, to ensure that they will work effectively in an emergency. We can provide all required testing and maintenance to provide peace of mind that your business is operating safely.

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RPZ Valves & Testing

RPZ valves reduce the pressure to you site and should be inspected every 12 months. Our annual inspections diminish the risk of RPZ failure resulting in potential disruption to your site supply or a sudden increase in pressure which could result in more leaks.

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