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Title: Development of a Risk Management Strategy for Legionella in Reclaimed Water Systems

PROJECT NUMBER:

Reuse-12-05

PROJECT MANAGER:

Stefani McGregor
The Water Research Foundation
smcgregor@waterrf.org

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR:

Mark W. LeChevallier, Ph.D.
Dr. Water Consulting, LLC
lechevallier1@comcast.net

STATUS:

Completed

LAST UPDATED:

4/17/2018

REPORT DESCRIPTION:

This study examined how frequently Legionella occur in reclaimed water systems and what impacts reclaimed water storage and distribution systems afford for Legionella regrowth or persistence. The researchers looked at systems with storage and distribution systems afford for Legionella regrowth or persistence. The researchers looked at systems with various treatment characteristics, water quality parameters, and disinfectants, as well as disinfection conditions, and included a comprehensive literature review focused on Legionella detection methods, and human health risks.

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