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Record nummer 2240933
Titel Distributing drinking water with a low or zero disinfectant residual : operational and biological aspects
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editors: D. van der Kooij, J.H.M. van Lieverloo, P. Gale, G. Stanfield
Auteur(s) Kooij, D. van der ; Lieverloo, J.H.M. van ; Gale, P. ; Stanfield, G.
Uitgever Nieuwegein : Kiwa
Jaar van uitgave 2003
Pagina's 203 p
Titel van reeks Mededeling (127)
ISBN 9074741886
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Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) In many cases the presence of a disinfectant residual in drinking water during distribution is a result of the application of chemical disinfection in water treatment; Decisions to treat and subsequently distribute drinking water with a disinfectant residual were taken in a period when knowledge about the effects of the disinfectant on various types of pathogens was limited and the formation of disinfection by-products could not yet be taken into account; the large amount of scientific information and practica1 experience which is now available about the effects of distribution on drinking water quality can be used to re-evaluate maintaining residual disinfectants in drinking water during distribution.
Betrokken instanties KWR, Watercycle Research Institute
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