By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD
The municipal drinking-water Distribution System
is a complex delivery network designed to provide adequate Potable water
needs to entire communities. Much information has been published relative to concerns of the Distribution System
integrity and ability to provide safe, consistent water to consumers. Needs for infrastructure improvements, rapid response to main breaks and leaks, Biofilm
control and preventing intrusion events, dead legs and pressure losses, are just some of the prevalent Water quality
delivery issues. Less common are discussions around Safe water
storage prior to delivery. Although industry standards and guidelines exist, maintaining Water quality
over prolonged storage presents additional challenges and uncertainties for end users.
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