A Briefing on Microorganisms and Drinking Water Supplies - A review of Literature 2000 - 2001
Over the last fifty years improvements in water treatment in developed countries has virtually eliminated outbreaks of bacterial and viral infection.
However, parasites, treatment failure, re-emerging and novel pathogens still cause problems. Cryptosporidium, Eschcherichia coli O157, Giardia, Toxoplasma, Aeromonas and Norwalk-like viruses are highlighted in recent literature and Campylobacter infections have been linked to the consumption of untreated water. Cryptosporidium remains the principal cause of o
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