Tel: 023 8066 9713
Freeston Water Treatment Limited is a leading Water Treatment Company based in the South of England that operates throughout the UK offering a high standard of service and quality products.

We provide a wide range of services and products relating to water hygiene and Legionella management. This includes water monitoring & testing, boiler treatment consultancy services, Legionella risk assessments & reviews and cleaning & disinfection of water systems.

We have many years experience of the development, manufacture and supply of water treatment chemicals, water softeners and installation and servicing of plant & equipment

Tel: 023 8066 9713
Water Treatment:
Water storage tank cleaning & disinfection 
New pipework disinfection
Chemical descaling of hot water calorifiers
Boiler treatment products and consultancy advise

Legionella Management:
Risk Assessments:
HTM 04-01
HTM 05-01 Dental
BS 8580:2010


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    Posted 15 Sep 2015, 08:05 by Ian Clarenbone
  • 10 August 2015 Council prosecuted after Legionnaires’ death Reading Borough Council is being prosecuted after a 95-year-old man died from Legionnaires’ disease believed to have been caught from a tap in his care home bedroom. The ...
    Posted 11 Aug 2015, 06:51 by Ian Clarenbone
  • 8 July 2015 DIY chain pays out £200,000 after 3 men died from Legionnaires' Disease caught from the store's filthy hot tub A DIY chain has paid over £200,000 in damages to the relatives of three men who were killed after being struck down with Legionnaires' disease caused by a filthy ...
    Posted 13 Jul 2015, 00:42 by Ian Clarenbone
  • 22 May 2015 Legionnaires' disease outbreak at South Tyneside factory Two people have contracted legionnaires disease at a factory in Boldon, South Tyneside. The two confirmed cases occurred several months apart, the first in October last year and the second ...
    Posted 26 May 2015, 01:09 by Ian Clarenbone
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