Join us for our Fall Lunch and Learn on September 19th, 2019 from 11:30am to 1:30pm!
We have all heard about this bacteria called Legionella, now let’s learn about it! This presentation will review the facts about the bacteria, sampling/testing methods and strategy for minimization. It will provide information relevant to control in cooling systems and data centers as well as provide an update on current guidelines and standards.
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- $30.00 Non-Member Vendor
- $300.00 Sponsors
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ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKER: Helen is a Technical Staff Consultant with ChemTreat, Inc. located in Richmond, Virginia. She has thirty years of professional experience in all aspects of water treatment, including boiler, cooling, waste treatment and environmental/regulatory affairs.
She has authored/co-authored papers for and made presentations at various trade organizations including, American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), Cooling Technology Institute (CTI), Electric Utility Chemistry Workshop (EUCW), International Water Conference (IWC), Virginia Society of Healthcare Engineers (VSHE) and National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE).
Currently, Helen is President of the Cooling Technology Institute (CTI). Having been a past member of their Board of Directors, she has been active on the Water Treating and Program Committees as well as GDL -159, the task group expanding CTI Guidelines for Control of Legionella. With a concentration on Legionella minimization, Helen is Secretary of the ASHRAE Standing Standard Project Committee 188 as well as past Chair of the ASHRAE Technical Committee 3.6, Water Treatment. Helen holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Lehigh University and is a member of American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AICHE) and ASHRAE.