Impact of Service pipes on the Bacteriological Quality of Water Supplies
ISBN: 1 84057 141 1
Examines variables such as flow rates, materials, nutrients, temperature and residual disinfectant, to build up a picture of how bacteria can grow in service pipes. Shows that a number of factors affect the microbiological quality of water in customer pipework including higher temperatures, diurnal flow variations and pipe materials. Suggests several practices for limiting bacterial activity.
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