Cooling towers notification
Apply online or by post
You must notify us of any cooling towers or evaporative condensers on your premises
You must notify us about a change to any existing cooling towers or evaporative condensers on your premises
Please note that when you click on one of the above links you will be redirected to the governments Business Link website. If you don't have a Government Gateway account you will need to create one before you can proceed to the relevant form. If you already have a Government Gateway account you will be invited to log in prior to completing the application. This account is necessary as it will ensure that your details are pulled through to the relevant form and will enable you to track your applications once they've been submitted.
In the event of an outbreak of Legionnaires’ Disease, this information is invaluable in identifying or eliminating possible sources of infection. It will also allow for routine checks on the effectiveness of monitoring and maintenance of wet cooling systems.
Current operators of wet cooling systems throughout the district:
|Occupier ||Address ||Number of towers|
|Creagh Concrete Products LTD
Thurgarton Lane, Hoveringham, Nottinghamshire, NG14 7JX
|NSK Europe Ltd
||Northern Rd, Newark, Notts, NG24 2ET
||Belle Eau Park, Bilsthorpe, Newark, Notts, NG22 8TX
||Bowbridge Lane, Balderton, Newark, Notts, NG24 3BZ
|Flowserve Pumps Ltd
||Lowfield Works, Hawton Lane, Balderton, Newark, Notts, NG24 3EN
|British Sugar Plc
||Newark Sugar Factory, Great North Rd, Newark, Notts, NG24 1DL
|RWE Generation UK
||Staythorpe Power Station, Staythorpe Road, Staythorpe, Newark, Notts, NG23 5PS
||Brunel Drive, Newark, Notts, NG24 2EG
Good management will ensure these water systems are kept clean and well maintained. If you are an operator, you must properly assess the risk that these systems pose and adequately control them.
For cooling towers and evaporative condensers this may include measures to maintain and monitor water quality and maintenance and monitoring of equipment performance. A competent person should be appointed for implementing these controls.
The Health and Safety Executive has published an approved code of practice for the control of legionella bacteria in water systems.