Best Practices for Maintaining Building Water Systems During Low to No Use

The CDC, EPA and local health departments recognize that the temporary shutdown or reductions in normal water use can create hazards for returning occupants and damage expensive water treatment equipment. In this presentation you’ll learn how to properly maintain building water quality during times of low building occupancy to protect both public health and water system components.

Learning Objectives:

1. Understand how Legionella bacteria and biofilms amplify in Building Water Systems and how their growth and spread can be minimized during times of low occupancy.
2. Understand what is a Water Management Program (WMP) and how it can minimize Legionella bacteria and biofilms in building water systems, as well as comply with ASHRAE Standard 188:2018 and The Joint Commission EC.02.05.02 Water Management Program Standard.
3. Understand Cooling Tower Best Practices, including water treatment, routine maintenance and disinfection and cleaning.
4. Discuss Remote Water Treatment Capabilities that allow chemical feed adjustments and access to water test results and log data.

Session Details

Start Time: 11/10/2021 4:00:00 PM

End Time: 11/10/2021 5:00:00 PM

Presented By:

Hilary Nardone
Environmental Group Training Manager
Barclay Water Management, Inc.

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Room Number: 204

Audience: Beginner

CEU: 1 hour

Track: Live-Streamed
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