Cooling Tower Registration

Anybody who has control of premises has a duty under the 'Notification of Cooling Towers and Evaporative Condensers Regulations 1992' to notify their local authority in writing with details of 'notifiable devices'.

Anybody who has control of premises has a duty under the 'Notification of Cooling Towers and Evaporative Condensers Regulations 1992' to notify their local authority in writing with details of 'notifiable devices'.

'Notifiable devices' consist of cooling towers and evaporative condensers, except when they contain water that is not exposed to the air and the water and electricity supply are not connected.

Even if the premises is enforced by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), you must still notify your local authority.

If a cooling tower becomes redundant and is decommissioned or dismantled, this should also be notified.

The main purpose of these regulations is to prevent legionellosis (including legionnaires disease) and to help in any investigation of outbreaks. Such systems need careful management to prevent the growth of legionella bacteria which can cause legionnaires disease if they are dispersed in the air and then inhaled. The local authority carry out regular checks of registered premises to ensure that the necessary controls and monitoring are in place.

Cooling Tower Register

13988 Excel Dry Cleaners 9 Southbourne Grove Bournemouth BH6 3QS
122617 Bournemouth International Centre Exeter Road Bournemouth BH2 5BH
4160 McCarthy And Stone Plc 26-32 Oxford Road Bournemouth BH8 8EZ
79536 Magellan Aerospace 510 Wallisdown Road Bournemouth BH11 8QN
125536 Pru Health Marshalll Point, Richmond Gardens Bournemouth BH1 1JD
6543 Heron House  8-10 Christchurch Road Bournemouth BH1 3NA
34016 J P Morgan 1 Chaseside Bournemouth BH7 7DA
2310 Abbey Life Assurance Company 100 Holdenhurst Road Bournemouth BH8 8AQ