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Strategies for Preventing Bacterial Contamination in Drinking Water Distribution Systems

EasyChair Preprint no. 13581

18 pagesDate: June 6, 2024


Bacterial contamination in drinking water distribution systems poses significant health risks to the population. This abstract provides an overview of key strategies for preventing such contamination and ensuring the delivery of safe drinking water. The outlined strategies encompass source water protection, water treatment processes, system design and maintenance, water quality monitoring, public education and awareness, emergency preparedness, and collaboration with regulatory agencies. By implementing these strategies, water utilities can effectively minimize the risk of bacterial contamination and safeguard public health. This abstract emphasizes the importance of a comprehensive and multi-faceted approach, highlighting the need for continuous improvement and adaptation to evolving challenges.

Keyphrases: Awareness, collaboration, pollution prevention, public education, sustainable water management, water conservation

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  author = {Godwin Olaoye and Harold Jonathan},
  title = {Strategies for Preventing Bacterial Contamination in Drinking Water Distribution Systems},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 13581},

  year = {EasyChair, 2024}}
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