AquaMedix Hollow Membrane Filters Protect Against Legionella Outbreaks

Legionnaires’ Infects Over 140 Fairgoers AquaMedix Hollow Fiber Membrane Filters protect ice machines, hot tubs, water coolers and other devices from waterborne bacterial contamination.  AquaMedix Filters trap potential pathogenic bacteria to minimize the likelihood of bacterial disease outbreaks, such as occurred at the Mountain State Fair in South Carolina during October 2019.      

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POU Filters, as part of a Water Supply Plan, Control Waterborne Pathogens That Cause HAI

“During 2017, in the United States, nearly 7,000 annual total deaths were documented for 13 diseases caused by pathogens that can be transmitted by water* (Waterborne Pathogens). “Of the 6,939 deaths, 91% were associated with three environmental pathogens that can grow in water system biofilms: Legionella (Legionnaires’ disease) (250 deaths), nontuberculous mycobacterial (NTM) infection (1,216…

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Flint’s Lethal Water – The Cover-Up

“​…..Legionnaires’ illness had been ongoing — unaddressed and unannounced — for 2 years. “​ “…Flint’s contaminated water additionally spawned one of many nation’s largest outbreaks of Legionnaires’ illness — an extreme and probably deadly type of pneumonia contracted from contaminated water — with circumstances being reported to today.” “Formally, 12 died and greater than 90…

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Legionaires Outbreak Costs State Prison Over $8.5Million…..So Far!

https://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/the-state-worker/article236211403.html The State Worker Millions spent at California prison with contaminated water 7 months after inmate’s death By Wes Venteicher October 15, 2019 06:00 AM, Updated October 15, 2019 12:05 PM A bacteria outbreak at a state prison in Stockton has cost California $8.5 million and doesn’t appear to be going away seven months after…

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