3 edition of Assessing and managing health risks from drinking water contamination found in the catalog.
Assessing and managing health risks from drinking water contamination
|Statement||edited by Eric G. Reichard, Giovanni A. Zapponi.|
|Series||IAHS publication -- no.233|
|Contributions||Reichard, Eric., Zapponi, Giovanni A., International Association of Hydrological Sciences.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||339|
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In: Reichard E, Zapponi G, editors. Assessing and managing health risks from drinking water contamination: approaches and applications. Proceedings of a symposium held in Rome, September The book considers regulations and non-regulatory approaches to controlling quality; the health effects of distribution system contamination; physical, hydraulic, and water quality integrity; and.
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Facchini, F. Carezzi, R. Fanelli. Drinking contaminated water sources and/or dirty water can cause numerous health concerns. Read more to increase your awareness. Water contamination can occur to city water supplies, well water supplies, and fresh water sources, such as lakes, streams, and rivers.
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In: Reichard E, Zapponi G (eds) Assessing and managing health risks from drinking water contamination: approaches and applications.
Proceedings of a symposium held in Rome, September Publication Cited by:. The tools and approaches described herein focus on conducting risk assessment for water-related media (such as microorganisms in treated drinking water, source water for drinking water, recreational waters, shellfish waters, and biosolids), but are sufficiently general to help guide the.recontaminate water through recreational use or waste [9, 10].
Some [e.g., 7] account for secondary transmission in the water loop by using the prevalence of infection in the population to assess the amount of microbes shed into recreational water, resulting in increased contamination in drinking water.
That approach is consistent with riskFile Size: KB.GROUNDWATER CONTAMINATION Assessing the Nationwide Extent ofand the Safe Drinking Water Act—groundwater Groundwater Contaminationcontamination has historicall y received little atten-tion at the national level.
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