Application of HACCP principles as a management tool for monitoring and controlling microbiological hazards in water treatment facilities.

@article{Jagals2004ApplicationOH,
  title={Application of HACCP principles as a management tool for monitoring and controlling microbiological hazards in water treatment facilities.},
  author={C. Jagals and Paul Jagals},
  journal={Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={50 1},
  pages={
          69-76
        }
}
HACCP (hazard analysis and critical control points) principles were applied to evaluate the effectiveness of two water treatment facilities to continually produce potable water free of microbiological health hazards. This paper reports a hazard analyses protocol (microbiological hazards based on faecal coliforms (FC) and turbidity (TBY) as indicators) for critical control points (CCPs) within each facility. The CCPs were raw resource water, sedimentation, filtration and chlorine-disinfection… CONTINUE READING

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