Virus Inactivation during Phosphate Precipitation
Phosphate removal from aqueous solutions by precipitation with calcium and aluminum results in large poliovirus Type I and bacteriophage T2 removals. Tests conducted in distilled water-phosphate...

Water and Health—Are We Concerned Enough?
Historically there has been found to be a very meaningful relationship between water and health. There has been insufficient research to provide knowledge about the relationship between...

Halogen Action on Bacteria, Viruses, and Protozoa

Viral Disinfection of Estuarine Water by UV

Integrated Approach to the Problem of Viruses in Water

Inactivation of Virus in Sewage

Salt and Virus Inactivation by Chlorine and High pH

Viral Pollution and Depuration of Shellfish

Natural Virus Inactivation Processes in Sea Water

National Specialty Conference on Disinfection
Proceedings of the National Specialty Conference on Disinfection held at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, July 8-10, 1970. Sponsored by the Sanitary Engineering Division of...

Viral Pollution of Shellfish in Estuary Waters
Enteroviruses appear in oysters following pollution of estuary waters by waste-treatment plant effluents. Primary treatment, with or without chlorination, and stabilization pond effluents...

Filed Tests on Chlorination of Poliovirus in Sewage
Full-scale field tests on the chlorination of poliovirus in sewage were conducted using the effluent at a small trickling filter plant. A vaccine strain of poliovirus was taken as a model...

Virus Removal in Sewage Treatment
Experimental activated sludge and trickling filter treatment system showed that virus can be removed effectively when heavy flock loading is maintained in the activated sludge unit. The...

 

 

 

 

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