Biological Stability of Drinking Water: Controlling Factors, Methods, and Challenges

@article{Prest2016BiologicalSO,
  title={Biological Stability of Drinking Water: Controlling Factors, Methods, and Challenges},
  author={Emmanuelle I. Prest and Frederik A Hammes and Mark C. M. van Loosdrecht and Johannes S. Vrouwenvelder},
  journal={Frontiers in microbiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={7},
  pages={
          45
        }
}
Biological stability of drinking water refers to the concept of providing consumers with drinking water of same microbial quality at the tap as produced at the water treatment facility. However, uncontrolled growth of bacteria can occur during distribution in water mains and premise plumbing, and can lead to hygienic (e.g., development of opportunistic pathogens), aesthetic (e.g., deterioration of taste, odor, color) or operational (e.g., fouling or biocorrosion of pipes) problems. Drinking… CONTINUE READING

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