Exploring our top five blog posts: why these topics resonated with readers

In our journey to provide informative and cutting-edge technical content, we've always valued the interaction and feedback from our readers. Today, we're excited to look closer at viewer engagement with our blogs, analysing which ones have garnered surprising attention and why. 

As an innovative and technology-driven organisation, we're committed to delivering content that caters to the interests and needs of our audience. The events of the past few years, especially the COVID-19 pandemic, have played a role in reshaping the popularity of specific topics. Join us as we explore the fascinating world of viewer attention and the evolution of our technical blogs.

1. What kills viruses?

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the science behind virus destruction became a topic of paramount importance. Gwyn Hooper's post, which explored this subject in detail, saw a significant surge in views and engagement. The article provided a comprehensive overview of the various methods and substances effective in combating viruses, offering valuable insights into our response to infectious diseases. 

2. How to calculate closed circuit system volumes

Jill Cooper's post on calculating closed-circuit system volumes quickly gained traction among our readers. The growing focus on resource efficiency and sustainable practices, coupled with the difficulty in finding this information elsewhere, likely contributed to the post's popularity. 

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3. The basics of microbiology for the water treatment industry

The importance of clean water is undeniable, and Jill Cooper's post on microbiology in the water treatment industry has seen a steady increase in readership. As enterprises and communities continue to emphasise water quality, a basic understanding of microbiology becomes increasingly crucial. 

4. Drinking water treatment: regulations, sampling, and testing

Jill Cooper's post on drinking water treatment continues to attract readers, even years after its initial publication. This longevity underscores the evergreen nature of topics related to water quality and safety. As regulations and standards in the water treatment sector continue to evolve, this resource remains relevant. 

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5. Water management in cooling towers: economical & environmental issues

Jill Cooper's comprehensive exploration of water management in cooling towers resonates with an audience increasingly focused on environmental sustainability and cost efficiency. As organisations strive to reduce their environmental impact and operational costs, this content becomes highly valuable. 


Our analysis of viewer interaction with our technical blogs has revealed a blend of enduring relevance and timely importance. The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly influenced the popularity of specific topics, but our commitment to delivering informative and valuable content remains unwavering. We're delighted to see our readers' continued engagement and look forward to providing more innovative and technical insights to meet your evolving needs. As an organisation, we understand the importance of staying abreast of emerging trends and technologies, and we'll continue to explore new frontiers in our quest to share knowledge that matters. We appreciate your continued support and feedback, which fuels our drive to deliver the best in technical content.

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Jill Cooper

Jill Cooper

Jill Cooper is Own Label Manager at B&V Chemicals, a leading UK and Export distributor of Water Treatment chemicals for Cooling Water Systems chemicals, Closed Circuit chemicals, Boiler chemicals, Hot and Cold Water System Chemicals, Effluent and Wastewater chemicals. A Microbiologist and Chemist, she has 20+ years production, toll blending and regulatory knowledge.

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HuwaSan specialise in the production and distribution of chemicals for water treatment. B & V Chemicals are water treatment supply partners in the UK.