ALS Australia has verified Zip Water’s claim that its new system reduces Legionella by 99.9…
New research suggests that SARS CoV 2, which causes the disease known as COVID-19 coronavirus, is more stable on plastic and stainless steel than on cardboard or copper. This is disquieting news for building designers and the manufacturers of door hardware and taps, who have traditionally used stainless steel or chromed brass under the common (but incorrect) impression that they provide an unfriendly environment for bacteria and viruses.
A lecturer in the UNSW School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Dr Fisher and her team’s research aims to understand what certain smells are, how they’re formed and how they can vary the processing of biosolids to make them less smelly – and how to best communicate with communities who live near treatment plants.
Holista CollTech has announced that it will co-develop and produce the world’s first nasal sanitising balm using Path-Away in Malaysia. Path-Away is a plant-based alcohol-free active ingredient that has been proven to kill all previously tested corona-type viruses.
Those who operate high-traffic washrooms can now say “Bring on the crowds!” with Tork PeakServe and 250 percent* more hand towels.
New research reveals unsealed and damaged tanks could expose millions of Australians to the risk of mosquito-borne infectious diseases like dengue fever.