Monitoring Chlorine as an Indicator of Microbial Contamination in Water Distribution Systems

Monitoring Chlorine as an Indicator of Microbial Contamination in Water Distribution Systems

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Current regulations and conventional methods for detecting pathogens in drinking water systems result in temporally and spatially sparse data sets that do not provide adequate warning of potentially catastrophic contamination events. Continuous monitoring with on-line sensors is needed to better protect public health, but contaminant specific detection is considered impractical and cost-prohibitive given the variety of pathogenic contaminants that could be introduced into drinking water systems. Therefore, evaluation of water quality parameters that could be indicators of pathogenic contamination is warranted.Residuals in Drinking- Water Distribution-Systems.aquot; Journal of Environmental Engineering- ASCE, 120(4), 803-820. Rossman, L. (2000). EPANET 2 Users Manual, Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory, US Environmental Protection Agency, anbsp;...


Title:Monitoring Chlorine as an Indicator of Microbial Contamination in Water Distribution Systems
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Publisher:ProQuest - 2008
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