A leisure centre closed following the discovery of the bacteria which cause Legionnaires' disease has now been reopened.
A routine inspection at The Link Centre in Swindon detected
the legionella bug in two samples taken from a water system supplying showers and other facilities.
Swindon Borough Council, which runs the centre, immediately closed the complex, which includes a swimming pool, an ice rink and a gym.
A full sterilisation of the water system has been carried out.
The council said the closure had been a precautionary measure and said the traces of the bug were "minute".
The chief executive Simon Birch said: "What we have picked up is a very tiny level of the bug which presented a very low level of risk.
"Monitoring allowed us to clean the water systems long before it
became a problem."
The centre reopened to the public on Friday evening.