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Solutions for the public sector

Safe supply of water

For public institutions

A reliable and safe water supply in public facilities is the foundation for the health, hygiene and well-being of the people who frequent these facilities.

From schools and hospitals to government buildings and recreation centers, access to clean and safe drinking water is essential. The interaction of technology, planning and collaboration creates the basis for achieving this goal.


Water pipes often harbor the risk of contamination - due to substances entering them, downtimes or high temperatures. As a result, a biofilm forms relatively quickly in the pipes, which is a breeding ground for many bacteria and germs. It is important to act quickly and take appropriate countermeasures so as not to endanger human health. We can help you with this.

Hygienic Problems in Drinking Water Inrallations

We can help you

If water in pipes stands still for long periods, it forms an ideal breeding ground for dangerous pathogens. This is called biofilm. At lukewarm temperatures of 20 to 50 °C, legionella in particular become a problem, while bacteria of the genus Pseudonomas in particular multiply in cold water. 


To ensure that drinking water does not pose a health risk when installations are put back into operation (e.g. after the vacations), operators and building managers are obliged to flush their drinking water pipes regularly until the water has been completely exchanged. In particularly hygienically sensitive properties such as kindergartens, schools or gyms, it is also advisable to have the water tested for contamination and, if necessary, to have the systems disinfected.


In the event of a suspected case, we recommend that you have your facilities and buildings disinfected and serviced before reopening.

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Legionella

How dangerous are they actually?

As the scientific name of the most important Legionella species makes clear, Legionella can cause pneumonia. These are inflammations of the lungs. A simple infection is similar to a febrile flu. The main route of infection is inhalation of contaminated water droplets when showering.


However, other sources that atomize - usually warm - water, such as whirlpools, humidifiers or indoor fountains, can also be dangerous. However, commercial cooling systems, which release atomized water into the air as aerosols, are often responsible for mass illnesses caused by legionella.

Your partner for drinking water testing and disinfection

Are you concerned that legionella or other pathogens may be present in your drinking water system, or have you already received a corresponding analysis result? Then get in touch with us. We will be happy to advise you and work with you to find a solution to your problem.

Drinking Water Dispensers

For public places

Average temperatures have risen in recent years. The increase has been particularly noticeable in the summer months. Dried-up streams and rivers as well as wildfires are considerable consequences for nature. But the high temperatures also pose challenges for people. Dehydration increases the number of rescue missions - and this in a healthcare system that is already very busy or even overburdened.


In order to counteract this, the German government wants as much public access to clean drinking water as possible.


The draft law passed by the federal government stipulates that in future, the provision of tap water through drinking water fountains in public places will also be part of the public water supply as a public service. To this end, drinking water fountains are to be installed in publicly accessible locations in towns and municipalities.

Questions about building disinfection?
Christian Meinerzhagen
Head of BEULCO Service
Questions about drinking water dispensers?
Mario Hachenberg
Customer support