Preventing Legionnaires’ Disease in Cooling Towers (.PDF Download)

It has been more than 30 years since Legionnaires' disease (also known as Legionellosis) reared its head. Since then, our knowledge of the disease and its causes has grown dramatically, and state-of-the-art prevention not only is possible, but practical and affordable. This article will address prevention of Legionnaires' disease from a specific point source...

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