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Pathogen Treatment Guidance and Monitoring Approaches fro On-Site Non-Potable Water Reuse
Garland, J., N. Brinkman, S. Keely, M. Jahne, J. Cashdollar, A. Morgan, M. Nye, B. Zimmerman, Cissy Ma, A. Henderson, M. Small, M. Schoen, N. Ashbolt, X. Xue, S. Cashman, AND B. Crone. Pathogen Treatment Guidance and Monitoring Approaches fro On-Site Non-Potable Water Reuse. Water Wastewater Equipment Treatment & Transport Show, Indianapolis, IN, February 22 - 25, 2017.
Presented at the Water Wastewater Equipment Treatment & Transport Show.
On-site non-potable water reuse is increasingly used to augment water supplies, but traditional fecal indicator approaches for defining and monitoring exposure risks are limited when applied to these decentralized options. This session emphasizes risk-based modeling to define pathogen log-reduction requirements coupled with alternative targets for monitoring enabled by genomic sequencing (i.e., the microbiome of reuse systems). 1. Discuss risk-based modeling to define pathogen log-reduction requirements 2. Review alternative targets for monitoring 3. Gain an understanding of how new tools can help improve successful development of sustainable on-site non-potable water reuse
Record Details:Record Type: DOCUMENT (PRESENTATION/SLIDE)
Organization:U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
NATIONAL EXPOSURE RESEARCH LABORATORY
SYSTEMS EXPOSURE DIVISION