Cooling Tower Registration & Maintenance is Required By Local Law 77

Stay Compliant. Avoid Fines.

In accordance with Local Law 77 (LL77) and Chapter 8 (Cooling Towers) of Title 24 of the Rules of the City of New York, building owners and property managers are required to register cooling towers, evaporative condensers, and fluid coolers with the City and to annually certify with the Department of Buildings (DOB) that they have been tested, cleaned and disinfected.

Summary Of What Is Required:

Register existing cooling towers, evaporation condensers & fluid coolers as at September 16, 2016 with New York State and NYCDOB as at September 17, 2015 Cooling Tower Registration.

Register new cooling towers, evaporation condensers & fluid coolers before use.

Hire Environmental Consultants Experienced with ASHRAE Standard 188P & CTI Guidelines WTB-148.

Mandatory NYC Cooling Tower Maintenance

  • Develop and follow maintenance program and plan (MPP) in line with American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE 188-2015) Standard.
  • Inspection – Every 90 days & Before Seasonal Start-up by Qualified Professional
  • Testing – Every 90 days by Qualified Professional
  • Cleaning – Twice Annually by Qualified Professional
  • Disinfection – requires the use of biocides, which requires commercial pesticide applicator certification in Category 7G – NYC Cooling Towers, Pulp & Paper Process issued by the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (NYS DEC)

Annual Certification


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