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8 things you need to know about cooling-tower regulations

from Habitat

After a contaminated cooling tower at a south Bronx, New York, hotel caused an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease that killed 12 people and sickened more than 100 others, city officials wasted no time adopting sweeping regulations aimed at preventing future outbreaks. Known as Local Law 77, the rules lay out a strict schedule for the testing, cleaning and inspection of the ubiquitous towers, which recirculate and cool water used in commercial and residential buildings’ air-conditioning systems. more

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