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Links and memberships

We are engaged in different professional associations and committees to address general as well as specific topics concerming the improvement of water hygiene today. We are members of the DVGW, the German Technical and Scientific Association for Gas and Water and of figawa, an índustrial association of the firms in the gas and water sector e. V.

We also stay in constant dialogue with the (German) Federal Environment Agency that issues relevant guidelines and recommendations for drinking water saftey and hygiene.

Interesting links:


Grundeigentum (real estate): legionella in drinking water – from first to forth amendment of the German Drinking Water Directive

Shortly before entry into force of the forth amendment of German Drinking Water laws our chief operating officer Marcus Pikarek gives a comprehensive summary in the real estate expert magazine Grundeigentum (issue 18 of 2018) outlining the development of the duty to test drinking water for legionella from its introduction in the year 2011 until today.

The article focuses an specific changes of the legal frame work that affect the housing industry considerably.


10 years duty to maintain safety on premises: the anniversary conference will be celebrated on November 21st and 22nd, 2017

The European Educational Centre (EBZ) will hold a conference on safety on (residential) premises in November 2017. Exactly 10 years ago, November 2007, the first meeting of experts on safety issues concerning residential buildings took place. In retrospect: Has the safety awareness changed significantly in the pastr decade? Where do we stand today, when it comes to safe living in our homes?


EWP: How many legionellae dwell in residential buildings?

In the May issue of energy | water practice, expert magazine of the energy and water industry, first results from the status analysis of the Institute for Hygiene and Public Health of the University of Bonn (ihph) on the occurrence of Legionellae in drinking water installations were published. The great numbers of tests that were assessed lead the authors to one question: How many drinking water installations are subject to testing nationwide?