Understanding and Preventing Discoloured Water
ISBN: 1 84057 215 9
This study aims to advance understanding on discolouration in drinking water. Work products include: - A literature review of corrosion and iron discolouration. - Analysis of relationships between corrosion, tuberculation and pipeline environment factors using information from a national pipe condition database. - Analysis of discolouration particles from distribution systems. - Detailed analysis of spatial and temporal relationships between discolouration and pipe bursts/ repairs in a DMA.
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