SPL provides information and resources for water treatment professionals, infection preventionists and other healthcare professionals, engineers, and resources from conferences and trade shows.
In the absence of a cohesive national approach to prevention, professional organizations have produced their own standards and creating new ones due to the increased cases of Legionnaires' disease. SPL developed the first U.S. guideline in 1993 that continues to serve as a national and international model for prevention.
- Maintaining Legionella Control in Building Water Systems
- Evaluation of A New Monochloramine Generation System for Controlling Legionella In Building Hot Water Systems
- Field evaluation of a new point-of-use faucet filter for preventing exposure to Legionella and other waterborne pathogens in health care facilities
- Legionella in Ice Machines May be Sentinel for Drinking Water Contamination
- 10 Ways to Prevent Legionnaires' Disease
- Experts Push Water Issues to the Top at Facilities America
- Preventing Legionellosis
- Fundamentals for Legionella Water Safety
- Legionella Testing: The Key to Legionnaires' Disease Prevention
- The Relationship between HPC, ATP, and Legionella in Building and Cooling Tower Water Samples
- Evaluation of a New Monochloramine Generation System for Controlling Legionella in Building Hot Water Systems
- Legionella and Waterborne Pathogens: What's in Your Reclaimed Water?
For extensive FAQs and publications, visit SPL's educational website legionella.org.