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Characterization of CSO mMcrobial Contamination and their Risks to Drinking Water Sources

Milad Taghipour

PhD thesis (2019)

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Cite this document: Taghipour, M. (2019). Characterization of CSO mMcrobial Contamination and their Risks to Drinking Water Sources (PhD thesis, Polytechnique Montréal). Retrieved from https://publications.polymtl.ca/3860/
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RÉSUMÉ: Les débordements d’égouts unitaires (DEU) sont reconnus comme l'une des principales causes de dégradation de la qualité de l'eau de surface, en particulier des sources d’approvisionnement en eau potable. Lorsque les DEU, des rejets combinés d’eaux usées non traitées et d’eaux pluviales, se produisent dans les sources d’eau potable, ceux-ci peuvent momentanément augmenter les charges de contamination microbienne à l’eau brute des usines de production d’eau potable. Les concentrations de micro-organismes doivent être évaluées afin d’assurer une réduction adéquate des concentrations acceptables à l’eau potable.----------ABSTRACT: Combined sewer overflows (CSOs) have been recognized as one of the major causes of surface water quality impairment, particularly drinking water supplies. Occurrence of CSOs as a discharge of an untreated mixture of wastewater effluents and stormwater into waterbodies upstream of drinking water sources may potentially deliver high amounts of fecal loads to downstream intakes, causing periods of elevated concentrations. The CSO-induced peak periods at the intakes must be characterized with regards to the level of microorganisms during these periods while treatment processes in drinking water treatment plants must effectively reduce concentrations by the required amounts.

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Department: Département des génies civil, géologique et des mines
Dissertation/thesis director: Sarah Dorner and Ahmad Shakibaeinia
Date Deposited: 12 Jun 2019 14:25
Last Modified: 04 Jul 2019 16:04
PolyPublie URL: https://publications.polymtl.ca/3860/

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