EC Decision 2014/85/EU: biocidal products & Legionella
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EC Decision 2014/85/EU allows the use of biocidal products containing copper for the control of Legionella bacteria came into force on 13 February 2014
13 February 2014
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European commission Decision 2014/85/EU allows the use of biocidal products containing copper for the control of Legionella bacteria in water for human use – for example, for showering or bathing – and drinking water. This authorisation is due to remain in force until 31 December 2017.
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