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WHAT’S NEW? New Publication Launched


by BWCA The British Water Cooler Association (BWCA) has just published ‘Why Water Matters for Construction Workers’, reminding businesses that, by law, they must provide healthy hydration in the workplace.


Dehydration can affect concentration and impair performance. On a busy construction site, this may lead to mistakes and accidents that should be avoidable.


The document reminds us of the benefits offered by water coolers. The BWCA supply and distribute water coolers and related products and services. They set standards of hygiene and safety for their members through mandatory audits. The new fact sheet describes the best means of providing on-site hydration and gives useful advice on using and choosing a water cooler.


Supplying essential refreshments to workers can often best be done by using water coolers. On sites not yet


Heating System Revamp for


Listed Church A Grade 2 Listed church in Northumberland has had its heating system completely revamped with the help of a BoilerMag XL commercial heating system filter installed by Blaydon-based Enright Environmental Ltd.


Specialising in the design, installation and maintenance of heating and cooling systems


connected to the mains – for example on major new build or infrastructure projects - bottled water coolers can be the only means of supplying potable water in an economical and convenient way.


Phillipa Atkinson-Clow, BWCA General Manager, said: “Coolers and bottles must be kept clean and bottles of water stored correctly. Make sure you deal with a British Water Cooler Association accredited member, who must adhere to the stringent BWCA hygiene guidelines for the peace of mind that brings.


for industrial and commercial buildings, Enright Environmental Ltd fitted the BoilerMag filter in the boiler plant room under St Cuthbert’s church in Bedlington.


The church’s heating system was over 30 years old and in desperate need of an upgrade. Enright Environmental Ltd flushed the system out, including the radiators and underfloor heating, and then stripped the boiler room virtually clean, effectively starting from


“Staff are a key resource so it’s important to keep them hydrated, alert, efficient and happy. With this in place, business is likely to thrive and something as simple as a water cooler can make a big contribution to the health and well-being of staff”.


A quick visual guide on checking whether you are correctly hydrated is available and as this is a colour- coded chart, the guide is useful even for those for whom English is not a first language.


www.bwca.org.uk


scratch. Some of the original pipework that remains is made from cast iron, adding to the charm of the old building.


Enright Environmental Ltd Heating Engineer Adrian Mills said: “We always recommend that our customers install a magnetic filter. They are a vital part of a heating system, and we believe that they should be compulsory in new installations. We retrofit them too as they can prolong the life of older systems as well.


“We fitted the Boiler Mag XL on the return line to the new boilers. They are so easy to install and maintain; it’s easy to see the results and prove to the customer how effective they are. Although the BoilerMag has only just been installed on this system, through experience with other applications we expect nothing but positive results in the future.”


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