More examples of the dangers of disposing of chemicals into our waterways. We must be more responsible and ask what are we using when cleaning at home and at work.

Contraceptives, cleaning products and other household items flushed down drains and toilets are turning male fish transgender.

Chemicals in these substances work on the fish in a similar way to the human hormone oestrogen leading to creatures with both female and male characteristics

The chemicals, which are affecting as many as one in five male river fish, can lead to a reduction in sperm production as well as triggering the production of eggs.  


Read the full story: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-4660542/Chemicals-flushed-drains-turning-fish-transgender.html#ixzz4wjjRLhxg
 

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Bree Louise Wins Camra's North London Pub of the Year 2016

Congratulations! Last night The Bree Louise was awarded Camra's North London Pub of the Year 2016 award.

The Bree Louise

Landlord Craig Douglas kindly gave Britelines some credit for the quality of his ales. He has been using Britelines for a long time very successfully and always has a sparkling clear pint whilst having to clean his lines only once every four weeks. In his own words - "Britelines is a no brainer, every licensee should be using it. Food safe, non toxic, safe to handle and saves a lot of money".

Craig and family

Please call for more information on how Britelines can help you.

If Your Pint Tastes a Bit Funny Here's The (Disgusting) Reason Why

An interesting piece from Rob Waugh's Yahoo Blog yesterday. It seems pub landlords and tenants are neglecting cleaning the beer lines every week to save money. Here at Britelines™ we understand the pressures on landlords and tenants to save money and we have some great news!

Sad looking beer

Sad looking beer

 

Start using Britelines™ today and save  over £5000.00 per year by only having to clean your lines once a month.

Britelines™ is safe to use, no chlorine or caustic, non toxic and eco friendly. Clearly a no brainer. Call us today for details on how much you can save – all we need from you is the number of lines you have and how many pints in each line.

 

Bar Fringe, Manchester – 4-5 weeks between beer line cleans

Bar Fringe on Swan Street n Manchester informed us that they are now only cleaning bright beer lines such as Stella Artois, Becks and Fosters once every four to five weeks. They closely monitor beer quality and have noted that Britelines™ has a significant lasting effect on beer line sanitisation. More and more existing Britelines™ users are reporting similar benefits.

 

      Man served beer contaminated with caustic line cleaner hospitalised, July 19th 2014  A man was left with serious internal injuries after he was served beer believed to contain caustic soda introduced via the line cleaning system. This could not have happened if the bar used Britelines™ beer line cleaner.  David Caminal, from Spain, was immediately taken ill after drinking a beer served to him at the New Conservatory in Leeds city centre on July 19, as reported in the Yorkshire Evening Post.  It is understood that cleaning of the bar’s systems was taking place when a strong cleaning fluid, believed to be caustic soda, was inadvertently served to Mr Caminal in a beer.Caustic soda is a highly corrosive substance typically used to unblock drains, dissolve grease and oils and strip paint from walls.  After drinking the beer the 47-year-old spent several days in intensive care and three weeks in hospital, before being flown back to his home city of Barcelona where he remains in hospital.The TV producer had been in Leeds to shoot a new commercial at the time of the incident.  The extent of his injuries is not yet clear, however lawyers acting on behalf of Caminal said further treatment was likely to include surgery to his oesophagus. Leeds City Council and West Yorkshire Police have since launched a joint investigation and Caminal’s family is now taking legal advice.  A Leeds City Council spokesman told the Yorkshire Evening Post: “On the day of the incident officers from Leeds City Council’s Health and Safety team attended the scene with West Yorkshire Police, and a joint investigation is now in progress. “Once the investigation is concluded we will determine if any further action against the business is necessary. “Therefore it would be inappropriate to make further comment on the investigation at this time.”  The New Conservatory declined to comment due to the ongoing legal case.

Man served beer contaminated with caustic line cleaner hospitalised, July 19th 2014

A man was left with serious internal injuries after he was served beer believed to contain caustic soda introduced via the line cleaning system. This could not have happened if the bar used Britelines™ beer line cleaner.

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