Updated: April 16, 2021

Reopening Buildings / Flushing Water

When Preparing to Reopen Buildings, It’s Time to Think About Stagnant Water and Health Risks
Temporary shutdown of buildings results in stagnant water in plumbing systems and devices that increases the risks of mold, Legionella bacteria, and heavy metals. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends ensuring the safety of occupants by adoption of comprehensive building re-opening practices.  Click here to read more on CDC's guidelines.