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Title: Potential for Exposure to Ebola Virus Surrogates Aerosolized from Wastewater Systems

PROJECT NUMBER:

WERF2C15

PROJECT MANAGER:

Lola Olabode, M.P.H.
The Water Research Foundation
lolabode@waterrf.org

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR:

Linsey C. Marr
Virginia Tech (Polytechnic Institute & State University)
lmarr@vt.edu

STATUS:

Completed

LAST UPDATED:

3/2/2017

REPORT DESCRIPTION:

The outbreak of Ebola virus disease in 2014 raised concerns about the potential for workers to be exposed to the virus in wastewater, not only through direct contact, but also through inhalation of aerosolized droplets. This research assessed the potential for inhalation exposure to aerosolized Ebola virus surrogates in wastewater systems, including toilets, aeration basins, and sewers and provides methods to evaluate aerosolization of viruses in wastewater systems. Published by WE&RF. 42 pages. Online PDF. (2017)

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