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Volume 59, 20182nd International Conference on Science and Technology Current Issues in Water Distribution and Treatment (CIWT 2017)
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|Published online||16 October 2018|
Approach to tap water safety analysis in terms of biostability
Rzeszow University of Technology, Faculty of Civil, Environmental Engineering and Architecture, Department of Water Supply and Sewerage Systems, Al. Powstancow Warszawy 6, 35-959 Rzeszow, Poland
2 University of Technology, Faculty of Civil, Environmental Engineering and Architecture; Department of Water Purification and Protection, Al. Powstancow Warszawy 6, 35-959 Rzeszow, Poland
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The subject of the work is the analysis and assessment of the risk of biological instability of water. The lack of water stability causes the increased susceptibility of the distribution system to secondary microbial contamination of water and constitutes a hazard for consumers’ health. The risk is expressed as the loss of water supply safety and distinguishes a failure of not meeting certain water quality parameters that can influence physico-chemical parameters and the bacteriological quality of the water supplied to the consumers. In the paper the method of analysing and evaluating the risk of loss of biostability of tap water is presented. The presented analysis was performed on the basis of the operating data from the water treatment plant.
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