Cooling Tower Cleaning & Disinfection

Nalco’s Cooling Tower Cleaning and Disinfection Programs contribute directly to key intangible value drivers that do not appear on financial statements, by improving the customer experience, increasing worker productivity and enhancing brand equity. The Cleaning and Disinfection Programs also contribute indirectly by creating value for external stakeholders including communities, public interest groups and regulatory agencies.


Here are more reasons why Nalco Environmental Hygiene Services (EHS) is unmatched in the area of disinfecting and cleaning of cooling towers:

  • We use appropriate personal protective equipment and safety precautions.
  • We disinfect the system before and after the process – this makes the work environment safer, and it maximizes the effectiveness of your existing biocide program.
  • We free up valuable employee time for other projects.

Nalco’s Cleaning and Disinfection Programs help facilities dramatically reduce carbon footprints by taking small steps that reduce the amount of carbon dioxide emitted from burning fossil fuels and produce significant energy savings.

Your employees are no longer exposed to harmful, aerosolized bacteria during or after the cleaning – this leads to fewer employee sick days that otherwise might follow cooling tower cleanings.

OSHA recommends this as one way to reduce the health-related risks from bacteria (like Legionella) in cooling towers. We provide documentation and certification for your Risk Management Plan records. This service is just one part of a total portfolio of Legionella Risk Management tools.

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Please contact us for more information regarding our AQUAPATH™ Water Safety Program, products, consulting and remedial services. We have a dedicated team of experts with practical experience to help you prepare a sustainable strategy to manage risk of waterborne pathogens associated with utility cooling and potable (drinking) water systems.

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