Aquatrust Water & Ventilation Ltd

Aquatrust Water & Ventilation Ltd

Aquatrust Water & Ventilation Ltd

Aquatrust Water and Ventilation Ltd specialise in water and air hygiene services consisting of the following categories: closed system analysis; evaporative cooling systems; control and dosing equipment; chemical cleaning; chemical supply; legionella risk assessments; legionella monitoring programmes; cleaning and disinfection; water sample analysis; air and water hygiene training.

Company details

Windy Bank Hills Windy Bank Lane Hightown, Liversedge , West Yorkshire , WF15 8HE United Kingdom
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Business Type:
Service provider
Industry Type:
Water and Wastewater
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)

The company has gained extensive experience, plus a reputation for effective solutions, through successfully completing a wide range of contracts - NHS trusts, local authorities, nursing homes, hotels, education facilities, leisure / sports sector and blue-chip commercial and industrial companies.

  • Friendly Helpful Service
  • Accurate, Cost Saving Solutions
  • Reliable Support & Backup
  • Efficient, Realistic Advice
  • Clear Reporting

Our staff are all vastly knowledgeable and experienced within the legionella control industry, allowing us to accomplish our corporate vision of giving our clients peace of mind in knowing that they are fully compliant with the current HSE regulations.

Legionnaire’s disease is a potentially fatal form of pneumonia which can affect anybody, but which principally affects those who are susceptible because of age, illness, immunosuppression, smoking etc. It is caused by the bacterium Legionella pneumophila and related bacteria. Legionella bacteria can also cause less serious illnesses which are not fatal or permanently debilitating. The collective term used to cover the group of diseases caused by legionella bacteria is legionellosis.

On average there are approximately 200 – 250 reported cases of Legionnaire’s disease each year in the United Kingdom (UK). It is thought, however, that the total number of cases of the disease may be generally underestimated. About half of cases are associated with travel abroad. Infections which originate in the UK are often sporadic, for which no source of infection is traced. However, clusters of cases also occur and outbreaks have been associated with cooling tower systems and hot and cold water systems in factories, hotels, hospitals and other establishments.