Commercial Water

Water treatment systems, water reuse systems and plumbing fixtures are crucial components in helping commercial and institutional buildings, such as hospitals, schools, hotels, offices and retail, meet water efficiency and conservation goals while also ensuring access to safe drinking water.
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Feb 28 2018
Waterline Technology was asked to provide a recommendation to further reduce risk of Legionella for a premise plumbing potable water system in a 21-…
Feb 19 2018
New research published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences by a team of scientists from the University of Michigan, Colorado State…
Feb 16 2018
Two more confirmed cases of Legionnaires’ disease have been reported at the Illinois Veterans Home of Quincy, Ill. The most recent two cases are…
Feb 15 2018
The National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) International, a global public health and safety organization, is hosting the Legionella Conference 2018 –…
Jan 24 2018
2017 was a record year for Legionnaires’ disease across New York state with 1,009 cases reported to the CDC—a 38% increase from 2016. Among these…
Jan 16 2018
Gov. Bruce Rauner announced plans to build a new plumbing system at the Illinois Veterans Home in Quincy, Ill., following repeated outbreaks of…
Jan 4 2018
In a press conference Jan. 3, Superintendent Bilal Tawwab of Flint Community Schools said the district is ready to begin water quality testing for…
Dec 29 2017
In Baltimore, Md., UnitedHealth Group’s Spectera Vision Laboratory relies on clean water throughout its production process. The laboratory, which…
Dec 29 2017
The presence of microbiological organisms in water can be complex to interpret. There are bacteria that are good for us, like the ones that live in…
Dec 29 2017
As industry and government standards up the ante for energy efficiency in commercial buildings, the use of heat exchangers is on the rise in heating…
Dec 29 2017
On Dec. 12, 2017, WBEZ-FM, Chicago’s public radio station, published a report detailing a Legionnaires’ disease outbreak at the the Illinois Veterans…
Dec 20 2017
On Dec. 12, 2017, WBEZ-FM, Chicago’s public radio station, published a report detailing a Legionnaires’ disease outbreak at a Quincy, Ill., veterans…
Dec 20 2017
On Jan. 9, the Illinois General Assembly’s two Veterans Affairs Committees will hold a joint legislative hearing regarding the Legionnaires’ disease…
Nov 17 2017
Outdated and inefficient heating and cooling systems and the enormous cost to replace them ultimately sealed the fate of the Wilshire Grand Hotel.…
Oct 10 2017
Winemaking is inherently water-intensive. From growing grapes in the vineyard to washing barrels in the cellar, it is not uncommon for wineries to…
Oct 10 2017
In an era marked by rising energy costs and a movement toward overall sustainability, HVAC system efficiency plays a vital role in the building…
Oct 10 2017
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) June 2017 online publication Vital Signs addressed the growing potential for…
Aug 23 2017
Three Galesburg, Ill., elementary schools shut off the water in their classrooms due to concerns regarding lead in the school drinking water.…
Jul 18 2017
High lead levels were found in School District U46 in Illinois. More than 250 drinking fountains, sinks and water coolers in School District U46 will…
Jul 10 2017
There are differing opinions on how to define the commercial and industrial water treatment markets. In the water treatment industry, when we think…
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