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


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    Posted 24 Jun 2019, 05:38 by Ian Clarenbone
  • 25 February 2019 Hotels in Asia ignore basic health and safety checks Legionnaires’ disease is a powerful pathogen that can easily spread through the air conditioning system. Citing insufficient manpower and low budgets, hotel operators are guilty of negligence of the most ...
    Posted 26 Feb 2019, 04:22 by Ian Clarenbone
  • 16 October 2018 British tourists have been evacuated from the Suncity Hotel in Oludeniz Turkey HUNDREDS of British holidaymakers had to change hotels after an outbreak of the deadly Legionnaires’ disease. Travel firm Tui acted after the scare last week at the four-star Suncity ...
    Posted 17 Oct 2018, 07:42 by Ian Clarenbone
  • 24 September 2018 Tamworth Legionnaires' disease cases 'may be linked Health experts are examining six cases of Legionnaires' diseases in Tamworth which could be linked to a "common source". Two patients are "recovering" from the illness, caused by bacteria commonly ...
    Posted 25 Sep 2018, 07:08 by Ian Clarenbone
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