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STANDARDS FOR RESIDENTIAL. AND NONRESIDENTIAL. BUILDINGS. FOR THE BUILDING. ENERGY EFFICIENCY. STANDARDS. TITLE 24, PART 6, . California Code of Regulations (Title 24, Part 6). They apply to newly constructed buildings and additions and alterations to existing buildings. THE CALIFORNIA. The discussions herein will explain the application and organization of Title 24, the inclusion of model codes, state amendments to model code language, and.
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Title 24, Part 6 Standards and Reference Appendices documents— online and downloadable /myavr.info Residential. Mechanical. Code. California Code of Regulations. Title 24, Part 4. California Building. Standards Commission. Based on Uniform Mechanical Code®. The California Code of Regulations Title 24, Part 03 California Electrical Code LEGALLY BINDING DOCUMENT. Born Digital Version.
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The description also notes changes made to the original published proposal in response to comments received. In response to comments that the records of cooling tower operations and the maintenance program and plan may not be kept at the cooling tower itself, the Department has modified this requirement to allow the plan to be kept in an adjacent location on the same campus, complex or lot where the cooling tower is located.
Section a has also been amended to be consistent with this change.
It specifies standards for maintenance, cleaning, and parts replacement; and requires installation of high efficiency drift eliminators in all new and retrofitted cooling tower systems and in existing ones, where practicable.
In response to comments received since the proposed rule was published, subdivision a 3 has been changed to require observations of wetted surfaces only if this can be done without shutting down the cooling tower system.
Subdivision c 2 has been amended to require that alterations to equipment be made in compliance with the current City Construction Codes and that cleaning protocols and safety equipment be included in the management program and plan. This section also mandates the use of certain qualified laboratories for analysis and requires reporting levels of Legionella at a certain magnitude to the Department within 24 hours of obtaining test results; and specifies corrective actions for various levels of bacteria.
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Although the New York City Plumbing Code Appendix C authorizes use of rainwater or recycled water as makeup water for cooling towers, it does not require disinfection for Legionella bacteria before use. These rules prohibit such use unless owners use additional control measures approved by the Department that protect against cooling tower system contamination since the Department believes that this water may not meet public health standards and may tend to support microbial growth.
In response to comments received since the proposed rule was published, provisions in subdivision c on biocide applications and recordkeeping have been clarified, and a new requirement added that any water treatment system that does not use any oxidizing biocide must be approved by the Department.Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Section a has also been amended to be consistent with this change. Org, which is not affiliated with nor authorized by the United States government, the State of California, or any Standards Development Organization.
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