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Remove Stagnant Water: How Do You Improve Water Quality Before Re-Opening Your Building?

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As businesses take their first cautious steps back to some sense of normalcy following the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic, facility managers will be responsible for re-opening buildings that may have been unoccupied for months.

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Good, Better, Best: What are your options for low- to no-touch faucets?

The surface of any typical sink faucet can harbor germs like the common cold, E-coli, influenza, salmonella, streptococcus, and typhus.

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63 Million Americans exposed to unsafe drinking water

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Even though the United States is one of the safest places to get clean public drinking water, there are some risks associated with where and how we get our water.

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Long term care facilities and Legionella: How to prevent an outbreak

 

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There are no vaccines available to prevent the spread of Legionnaires’ disease, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states. 

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Stagnant water in hospital plumbing systems: What are the risks?

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When a patient is admitted to the hospital, they expect it to be clean and safe. But is it?

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Three cases of Legionnaires' disease at senior living facility: What could have prevented it?

Home is where you go to go to relax. But what would you do if your typical self-care activities — like taking a hot shower or drawing a soothing bath — put you at risk for a potentially severe disease?

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Reducing Waterborne Pathogens and Hospital Acquired Infections Is Possible

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Hospital environmental services and infection preventionists can benefit from reduced risk using Chicago Faucets’ auto-draining technology.

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