The Significance of Fungi in Drinking Water Distribution Systems
ISBN: 1 84057 092 X
Collates the results of a literature survey and responses to questionnaires from the water companies throughout the UK. The survey indicates that improvements in water treatment methods were reducing the number of incidents. Concludes that no companies indicated human health problems had arisen in connection with animals in their distribution systems.
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