The summer of 2019 was full of high-profile Legionella Outbreaks. Many made national news and lead to PR nightmares that would cripple any large company. The Mount Carmel Grove City hospital was the focus of at least 16 patients contracting
Microbiological Fouling: the undesirable accumulation of micro-organisms, algae and diatoms, plants, and animals on surfaces. Bacteria can form biofilms or slimes.
By Bill Pearson, CWT
Customarily extensive planning goes into designing, installing and maintaining your facility’s water treatment systems. Budgets are formed to plan for the greatest state-of-the-art equipment. Key stakeholders in the company debate and discuss
In partial response to the Opera House outbreak just over three years ago in New York City and New York State put in place measures governing the registration and treatment of cooling towers in an effort to mitigate the risk of future outbreaks of
Today is the last day of Legionella Prevention Month. With that in mind we want to highlight a few more strategies you can implement to keep your buildings and facilities safe from Legionella bacteria. Legionella bacteria is most commonly found in
A water management plan or program identifies hazardous conditions and steps to take to minimize the growth and spread of Legionella and other waterborne pathogens in building water systems. Developing and maintaining a water management program is a
2019 has brought about many exciting changes for our company. With those changes has come a slight name change. We will no longer be Legionella Management Plan Solutions and Innovative water, but instead Innovative Water Consulting: Legionella &
Updated: Nov 16, 2018 As the building infrastructures in the United States continue to age, Legionnaires’ Disease can no longer be viewed as just a senior living facility issue.