Oprational and Mainenance Strategies for Maintaining Water Quality in Distribution Systems
ISBN: 1 84057 192 6
Various operational and maintenance strategies (and the activities that comprise the strategy) are adopted by water suppliers in order to maintain water quality at acceptable levels. Conversely, acitivities applied to a network for reasons other than water quality maintenance can be detrimental to the quality. Activities applied to networks were reviewed and ranked according to their impact on water quality. Guidance on designing a strategy for maintaining water quality is given. The procedure for undertaking a risk assessment of failing to conduct activities to maintain water quality is also provided.
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