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Real-time monitoring of bacteria at water treatment works and in downstream networks

 
Price: £200  

The project reviewed current real-time bacteriological monitoring technologies through the literature, research, laboratory and field trials that have recently been carried out, or were in progress, alongside capturing practical experience gained from those using the technologies. The report provides a broad view of the technologies currently available and promising future technologies that are in development. Note that the project focused on bacteria and bacteriological indicators, not other organisms of concern like viruses or protozoa.

Consolidating the information gathered with research into sensor performance, a decision framework was synthesised to guide sensor choice, placement and overall development of a distribution network real-time monitoring system. Gaps in the available technology to were identified.

   

 

UKWIR Reference :- 21/DW/02/99Published Date :- 27/10/2021
Retail Price (£) :- 200ISBN :- 978-1-84057-924-6