On-Line Legionella Prevention Tools

Legionella prevention tools for industry professionals at Portal-Hub.com network now upgraded and offering free time saving features.
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Legionella Water Treatment - Copper Silver Ionization
Legionella Water Treatment - Copper Silver Ionization
 
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TORONTO - Oct. 22, 2015 - PRLog -- Toronto, ON, Oct 22, 2015— New Legionella growth prevention Portal-Hub.com network now upgraded and offering free time saving water treatment tools to industry professionals in Canada, the USA and around the world.

Over 12,000 consultant engineers and industry professionals have already registered to the Portal-Hub.com “Legionella prevention tools” network that continues to grow each day.

MEP planning engineers involved in healthcare, hospitality, schools and high rise apartment buildings use the system regularly to receive custom project specific “open” and “non brand” performance water treatment technology specs for copper silver ionization to save time and frustration.

The newly designed Portal-Hub.com network includes “smart” project evaluation guidance tools for engineers, water management professionals, facility owners and facility managers.

What can users expect? The Portal-Hub.com network offers free access to general interest Legionella related resources such as: industry guideline, project evaluation tools, access to industry professionals and much more. Users can receive tailored accounts such as “engineering”, “infectious control”, “facility management”, “water management” and “facility owner”.

Readers can create a new account at: https://portal-hub.com

About Legionella and Legionnaire’s disease: Legionnaires’ disease is a preventable type of severe pneumonia. Legionella bacteria, when inhaled via small contaminated water droplets, can cause Legionnaires’ disease or the milder illness known as Pontiac fever. Legionella bacteria are commonly found in city water distribution networks. Legionella bacteria are known to be commonly found in healthcare facilities, nursing homes, schools, sport centers, military facilities and many hotels worldwide. Common locations where a person can be exposed to Legionella bacteria within these facilities are showers or where splashing water / water vapors are present.

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