Water cooling grabbed headlines in 2015 as HVAC cooling towers in New York City led to a sustained outbreak of Legionnaires' disease. As a result of that outbreak and others, the ASHRAE 188 Legionella standard was developed to formalize the methods to minimize or prevent Legionella in cooling towers, including those at industrial plants.
At the same time, applications for recycled water — often called water reuse in cooling tower water systems — continue to grow to address water scarcity concerns.
On December 13, industrial water treatment expert Paul Puckorius will present a webinar that will explain ASHRAE 188 Legionella standard for industrial processors, and he will explain how to evaluate the acceptance of reuse or used waters. Learn the benefits and disadvantages of reuse waters for industrial water cooling via cooling tower water systems.
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