What We Do

We remediate building water systems to establish microbial control, and we provide continuous supplemental disinfection to maintain microbial control. By first understanding the design and operation of a building’s potable water system, we can tailor the application of our Acute and continuous supplemental disinfection treatments (CSD) to achieve sustainable microbial control. We configure, install, and maintain our purpose-built equipment at the Client’s facility. We maintain inventory and refill all required treatment chemicals. We monitor equipment functions and levels of treatment chemicals 24/7.

Our Services

We Are Different

We are a company of scientists and engineers. And we know plumbing. We do one thing. We treat potable water systems in buildings to prevent waterborne disease. Individually, we are experts in our respective fields. As a team, we work together across disciplines to prevent disease from plumbing-associated waterborne pathogens, such as infection by Legionella, Pseudomonas and non-tuberculous mycobacteria (NTM). And we play well with others, because we understand that our work is most effective when it is part of a comprehensive, multi-barrier water management program, consistent with the methodology of ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 188.

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Our Technology

We have patented, state-of-the-art Acute remediation technology to establish microbial control, which we implemented in coordination with our continuous supplemental disinfection. Our proprietary remediation technology removes established biofilm and kills biofilm-associated (sessile) pathogens. And our continuous supplemental disinfection inhibits the formation of new biofilm and kills free-floating (planktonic) pathogens.

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Our Clients

We provide turnkey services to hospitals, hotels and senior housing communities as well as to commercial and industrial properties and educational institutions. Our Clients range in size from small, independently owned nursing homes to large, multi-campus academic healthcare systems to Class A skyscrapers. The building water systems in each type of facility present unique challenges; each requires a unique approach. But, notwithstanding their differences, all benefit from our systematic, multi-disciplinary, science-based methodology.