Real time monitoring of E.coli within potable water distributions systems

Syreeta Miles, Ryan Sinclair, Mark Riley, Ian Pepper

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Abstract

Majority of the parameters increases to an increase in E. coli concentrations Sensors did not respond to E. coli concentrations below 103 cfu/mL Sensors utilizing a light scattering method became saturated when the E. coli concentration was over 106 cfu/mL The BioSentry is not able to distinguish between a particulate and a microorganism TOC sensors respond to either media or high bacterial load.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationAmerican Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition 2010, ACE 2010, Papers
StatePublished - Dec 1 2010
EventAmerican Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition 2010, ACE 2010 - Chicago, IL, United States
Duration: Jun 20 2010Jun 24 2010

Publication series

NameAmerican Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition 2010, ACE 2010, Papers

Other

OtherAmerican Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition 2010, ACE 2010
CountryUnited States
CityChicago, IL
Period6/20/106/24/10

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Water Science and Technology
  • Public Administration

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    Miles, S., Sinclair, R., Riley, M., & Pepper, I. (2010). Real time monitoring of E.coli within potable water distributions systems. In American Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition 2010, ACE 2010, Papers (American Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exposition 2010, ACE 2010, Papers).