RE : [ RadSafe ] légionelles (?)

Jean-Francois, Stephane stephane_jeanfrancois at
Mon Jul 10 13:57:21 CDT 2006

Légionelles are "legionella pneumophilia, a bacteria linving at the surface
of non salty water, so you will likely find some in cooling towers in the
appropriate range of temperature of 20 to 45 degree celcius.

Use google, you find some good French web sites about it. I have 

Stéphane Jean-François, Eng., CHP
Manager, Environmental and Health Physics services
Merck Frosst Canada
stephane_jeanfrancois at

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de Peg and Al Rosenfield
Envoyé : Saturday, July 08, 2006 10:36 AM
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Objet : [ RadSafe ] légionelles (?)

Le Monde had an article yesterday (Fri) about an orgnization suing the
French govenment about excess emission of  "légionelles" from nuclear
plants. Unfortunately my French isn't good enough and neither my dictionary
or on-line were complete enough. I will be happy to send the original French
article to anyone who wants it.

Al Rosenfield
Columbus Ohio
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