New York City has had the largest population of any city in the United States since the first census in 1790. To no surprise, this also means NYC has one of the largest and most complex water systems in the nation. The system is managed by a
There are many questions to consider when deciding how to heat and cool your building. In many cases, the mechanism that you choose to heat and cool your building can have impressive effects on lowering your overall energy costs. We have gathered
With more than 50,000 members from over 132 nations, ASHRAE is dedicated to building a healthy and sustainable environment for all.
One of the most common questions I get asked is why should we test for Legionella if we’re not required to?
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Legionnaires’ Disease outbreaks in the United States have increased 967% since 2000. More and more people are being sickened by the Legionella bacterium through exposure to contaminated and untreated building water systems. As responsible
Well…. why does a school need a code-blue drill? Or an emergency evacuation route? Or why do they house several fire hydrants across the property?
Have you ever wondered what qualifies someone as an expert in control of Legionella bacteria in building water systems? Of course, a robust resume backed with experience and knowledge concerning prevention, testing, and remediation of Legionella is