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Evidence based review of Legionella elimination in building water systems
International Journal of Water Resources and Environmental Engineering
Legionnaires disease can be acquired through exposure to Legionella pneumophila, a gram-negative bacteria ubiquitous in both natural and engineered water systems. Over the years, a number of disinfection techniques notably, chlorination, ozonation, thermal, UV and copper-silver ionization have been employed across different kinds of engineered water systems with diverse measures of success. Available evidence portends, most of the aforementioned techniques often have to be combined to achievedoi:10.5897/ijwree2015.0615 fatcat:lk36mpdpyfbdhlrbxss44eq74m