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📒Drinking Water Distribution Systems ✍ National Research Council
✏Drinking Water Distribution Systems Book Summary : Protecting and maintaining water distributions systems is crucial to ensuring high quality drinking water. Distribution systems -- consisting of pipes, pumps, valves, storage tanks, reservoirs, meters, fittings, and other hydraulic appurtenances -- carry drinking water from a centralized treatment plant or well supplies to consumersâ€™ taps. Spanning almost 1 million miles in the United States, distribution systems represent the vast majority of physical infrastructure for water supplies, and thus constitute the primary management challenge from both an operational and public health standpoint. Recent data on waterborne disease outbreaks suggest that distribution systems remain a source of contamination that has yet to be fully addressed. This report evaluates approaches for risk characterization and recent data, and it identifies a variety of strategies that could be considered to reduce the risks posed by water-quality deteriorating events in distribution systems. Particular attention is given to backflow events via cross connections, the potential for contamination of the distribution system during construction and repair activities, maintenance of storage facilities, and the role of premise plumbing in public health risk. The report also identifies advances in detection, monitoring and modeling, analytical methods, and research and development opportunities that will enable the water supply industry to further reduce risks associated with drinking water distribution systems.
✏Fundamentals and Control of Nitrification in Chloraminated Drinking Water Distribution Systems M56 Book Summary : This brand new manual was written because of the increased use of chloramine as a residual disinfectant in drinking water distribution systems and the ubiquitous presence of nitrifying bacteria in the environment. Chapters cover background information on the occurrence and microbiology of nitrification in various water environments and provide current practical approaches to nitrification prevention and response. This manual provides a compendium of the current state-of-the-art knowledge, however with quickly developing new advances in nitrification, more writings will be forthcoming. Each chapter can be read independently.
📒Security Of Water Supply Systems ✍ Jaroslav Pollert
✏Security of Water Supply Systems Book Summary : Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Security of Water Supply Systems: From Source to Tap, held in Murter, Croatia, 27-31 May 2005
✏Biofilm Impacts on Water Quality in Drinking Water Distribution Systems Book Summary :
📒Control Of Biofilm Growth In Drinking Water Distribution Systems ✍ DIANE Publishing Company
✏Control of Biofilm Growth in Drinking Water Distribution Systems Book Summary : Describes the types of organisms often present in drinking water distribution system biofilms, how biofilms are established and grow, the public health problems associated with having biofilms in the distribution system, and tools that water treatment personnel can use to help control biofilm growth. Glossary of terms, and list of additional resources. Charts, tables and photos.
📒Control Of Biofilm Growth In Drinking Water Distribution Systems ✍ United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development
✏Control of biofilm growth in drinking water distribution systems Book Summary :
📒Microbial Quality Of Water Supply In Distribution Systems ✍ Edwin E. Geldreich
✏Microbial Quality of Water Supply in Distribution Systems Book Summary : Hidden problems, buried deep in the pipe networks of water distribution systems, are very serious potential threats to water quality. Microbial Quality of Water Supply in Distribution Systems outlines the processes and issues related to the degradation of water quality upon passage through networks of pipes, storage reservoirs, and standpipes on its way to the consumer. The risks associated with biofilm accumulation, bacteria, and other contaminants are discussed in great detail. In addition to its excellent microbiological coverage of organisms in drinking water and biofilms in distribution systems, Microbial Quality of Water Supply in Distribution Systems provides clear treatments of the technical and public communication issues most commonly affecting the quality of water and water supply systems. The inclusion of numerous case histories in this new book makes it a complete reference source for anyone concerned with water quality and water distribution systems.
📒Public Water Supply Distribution Systems ✍ National Research Council
✏Public Water Supply Distribution Systems Book Summary : The Water Science and Technology Board has released the first report of the Committee on Public Water Supply Distribution Systems: Assessing and Reducing Risks, which is studying water quality issues associated with public water supply distribution systems and their potential risks to consumers. The distribution system, which is a critical component of every drinking water utility, constitutes a significant management challenge from both an operational and public health standpoint. This first report was requested by the EPA, as the agency considers revisions to the Total Coliform Rule with potential new requirements for ensuring the integrity of the distribution system. This first report identifies trends relevant to the deterioration of drinking water quality in distribution systems and prioritizes issues of greatest concern according to high, medium, and low priority categories. Of the issues presented in nine EPA white papers that were reviewed by the committee, cross connections and backflow, new or repaired water mains, and finished water storage facilities were judged by the committee to be of the highest importance based on their associated potential health risks. In addition, the report noted that two other issues should also be accorded high priority: premise plumbing and distribution system operator training. This first report will be followed in about 18 months by a more comprehensive final report that evaluates approaches for risk characterization and identifies strategies that could be considered to reduce the risks posed by water-quality deteriorating events.
📒Internal Corrosion Control In Water Distribution Systems ✍ AWWA (American Water Works Association)
✏Internal Corrosion Control in Water Distribution Systems Book Summary : This AWWA manual of practice provides information on the factors that influence pipe corrosion, assessing corrosion-related impacts, water quality and implementation, and maintenance of an effective corrosion control program.
✏Drinking Water Distribution System Modeling for Predicting the Impact and Detection of Intentional Chemical Contamination Book Summary :