To improve water quality by requiring the use of water treatment systems.
No, Feature 36, Part 5 requires all project teams to have a legionella control plan in place, even if no cooling towers are present. It is possible for a low-risk project to implement a streamlined plan representative of the risk level at the project building. Besides cooling towers, other assets to consider may include evaporative condensers, domestic hot and cold water systems, decorative fountains, shower heads and anywhere else that could generate water aerosols.
Eligible filters state in their data sheets that are 'NSF certified' and list the parameters for which they met the NSF removal criteria, which should include suspended solids (for Part 2) and/or cysts (for Part 3). The manufacturer should be able to provide this information. Note that NSF Standards 42, 53, and 58 can be applied to many contaminants, and thus simply a product's certification under one of these standards does not automatically indicate solids or cyst removal/reduction.