“The Government's Chief Medical Officer is warning of "a dreadful future for our children and grandchildren" unless global action is taken to prevent diseases from becoming resistant to antibiotics... Dame Sally has made 17 recommendations to politicians and policymakers including better hygiene in schools, hospitals, care homes and public places.” Read more
“Growing threat: Infections like C. difficile are becoming increasingly difficult to treat as bugs become more resistant to antibiotics, leaving millions vulnerable.” Read more
All these superbugs are present in the drainage system. The only barrier from the drainage system to the living space is the water trap seal which can be seen in toilets and sinks, etc. The DYTEQTA-SYSTEM detects these water trap seals to ensure that the superbugs cannot enter the living space from the drainage system through a depleted water trap seal.
Charles Hartley, Product Manager of Dyteqta attended as a judge for the Young Engineers National Club Awards competition at the Big Bang Fair 2013 at the ExCeL London.
The Big Bang Fair is the largest celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths for young people in the UK, and the Young Engineer's purpose is to inspire young people to develop an interest in engineering and in doing so, recognise the importance and excitement of engineering as a future career.
This event saw some of the most talented students and inventive projects brought together to compete for the most prestigious awards available to UK school students. Visitors travelled from all across the UK to see the students work and take part in the hands-on activities and amongst the visitors was the Patron of Young Engineers, His Royal Highness The Duke of York.