Reduced Building Occupancy - Stagnant Water Risk

March 30th, 2020

This release by the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority is a must read to protect building’s water systems during periods of unusually low occupancy.   If not addressed, reduced water flow and stagnation within building water systems can pose microbiological issues harmful to human health, such as Legionella pneumophila.  Building owners should address these concerns with their preventative maintenance programs, including taking this opportunity to consider water treatment remote monitoring applications to avoid any future operational interruptions.

Contact your Pace Chemicals Technical Representative to discuss how you can take advantage of this operational downtime in your buildings to address future projects that can help ensure consistent operation even in uncertain times. 

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