If you control non-domestic premises you must ensure that you notify the local authority about the location of a cooling tower or evaporative condenser. This allows the local authority and the HSE to identify the location of plant or equipment and the potential source of legionella bacteria.
Do I need this licence and am I eligible?
If you operate a cooling tower or evaporative condenser notification must be made in writing on a form approved by the Health & Safety Executive.
What you must do:
You must notify the local authority of any changes to the notification information within one month of the change, in writing.
If the device ceases to be a notifiable device you must notify the local authority council in writing as soon as possible.
What we must do:
On receipt of the completed notification the Authority will place the details on the Statutory Register. A copy of the application will also be provided to the Health and Safety Executive as required.
What happens next?
You will receive confirmation that the notification has been received. A copy of the notification form will be placed on the Statutory Register to record the location of the notifiable device within the County Borough.
|Authority: Conwy County Borough Council||Dated: 22/07/2014||Date Registered|
|Mark Water Pumps Ltd,
||Coed Pella, Conwy Road, Colwyn Bay LL29 7AZ
||Re-registered 20/09/2013 following company takeover of former site operator.
|Tesco Stores Ltd
||6G Road, Llandudno Junction Gwynedd, LL31 9XY
|A2B Plastics Ltd
||Swan Road, Mochdre Business Park, Mochdre, LL28 5HB
Charges and Fees:
There is no fee payable for this notification.
Further information on the control of legionella bacteria in cooling towers in available from the Health and Safety Executive website.
Pollution / Environment Section
PO Box 1
Telephone: 01492 575283
Fax: 01492 575204