Characterization of Particle Class Sizes Associated with Indicator Organisms in Stormwater
The presence of pathogen indicators is the leading cause of water body impairment in the United States, accounting for over 15% of the waters currently requiring TMDL development (USEPA,...

Risks Posed by Pathogens in Drinking Water

Emerging Pathogens of Concern in Drinking Water

Revising U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) Guidance for Controlling Pathogens and Vector Attraction in Biosolids

An Epidemiological Study of Possible Adverse Health Effects of Swimming in Santa Monica Bay

Pathogen Risk Assessment of Land Applied Wastewater and Biosolids: A Fuzzy Set Approach

Optimum Conditions for Aerobic Thermophilic Pretreatment of Municipal Sludge

Urban Wet Weather Flow Management: Research Directions

CSO Treatment Using Constructed Wetlands

Investigations of Sources of Giardia and Cryptosporidium to Enhance Watershed Management for Wachusett Reservoir

Reducing Wastewater Sludge Pathogens Using Heat Treatment
The feasibility of using waste heat to reduce pathogen densities in wastewater sludge at a municipal wastewater treatment plant was investigated. Two modifications to an existing two stage...

Short-Term Effects of the Banjul Sewerage and Drainage Project on Faecal Coliform Counts
Assessment of the short-term effects of the Banjul sewerage and drainage project on faecal coliforms (indicator organisms for contamination of pathogens) in the coastal areas. The project...

Alkaline Sludge Stabilization: A Quick Fix and Long Term Sludge Management Option for Burlington, North Carolina

Management of Dewatered Sewage Sludge: Long Term Storage with Minimal Mixing to Destroy Pathogens Followed by Land Use

Research Needs Concerning Biological Agents in the Marine Environment

Monitoring for Indicator Bacteria in Small Water Systems

Pathogen Survival during Static Pile Composting of Municipal Wastewater Sludge

Evaluation of Sludge Irradiation as a Process to Further Reduce Pathogens

Wastewater Risk Assessment
Risk assessment takes place in three broad and overlapping steps: hazard identification, risk estimation, and social evaluation. Human pathogens are of primary concern in wastewater although...

Environmental Epidemiology and Sanitation
This paper reviews the key variables determining the transmission of excreta-related diseases, sets out an environmental rather than biological classification of these infections, and...

 

 

 

 

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