Micromanagement was formed in 2013 to address what we saw as a developing and underserved need. While legionella in buildings was fairly well understood, companies who were addressing the issue did so as a “sideline” business, while focusing on more substantial aspects of water treatment such as cooling towers, chillers, and boilers.
Micromanagement decided to focus our entire business on potable building water systems; we don’t treat cooling towers, chillers, or boilers. We took this approach because we believe that the safety of potable water is a significant and growing issue which was not being adequately addressed.
Our commitment to the building water systems is underlined by our investment in an ongoing research program with Manhattan College’s Department of Environmental Engineering, in which we continue to build our understanding of building water contamination, and to optimize our already-effective treatment methods.
Micromanagement’s unique approach to this business has been extremely successful and our dedicated focus on building water allows us to continue to improve our offerings to clients.