Articles on Legionnaires'
Legionnaires’ Disease – The Disease of Modern
Plumbing Systems and Costly Litigation
Water Treatment and Disinfection Methods
Chart comparing varying biocides with regard to controlling legionella in potable water
Chart published by Johns Hopkins Hospital
Chart by Infectious Disease Section, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System comparing varying biocides with regard to controlling legionella in process water and potable water
Evaluation of Chlorine Dioxide in Potable Water Systems for Legionella Control in an Acute Care Environment
Paper presented at the International Water Conference (IWC) was the result of a 5 year study at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Paper coauthored by Tim Keane. Tim Keane was under a consulting contract with Johns Hopkins during the entire project.
Chlorine dioxide water treatment - for hot and cold water services [TN 2/98]
Report completed by BSRIA a UK testing organization. It
is a very comprehensive engineering study by industrial
experts on the use of chlorine dioxide in disinfection
of potable water systems.
Hospitals at Risk for Waterborne
Health Leaders Media - August 2010 by
Waterborne Diseases Could Cost over $500 Million
Annually in U.S.
CDC Press Release – July 2010
A Technical Perspective on Controlling Legionella in Building Water Systems(PDF)
Hospital Engineering & Facilities Management - January 2003 Coauthor Tim Keane
Water Watch – A Look at water quality recommendations + requirements
Health Facilities Management Magazine January 2004 Author Tim Keane
Injection Molding Industry
Legionnaires' Disease Risk for Workers in the Plastic Injection Molding Industry
OSHA Hazard Information Bulletins 1998
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