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Title Formation and decay of disinfection by-products in the distribution system / prepared by Hélène Baribeau ... [and others] ; jointly sponsored by Awwa Research Foundation and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Published Denver, Colo. : Awwa Research Foundation : American Water Works Association ; [Place of publication not identified] : IWA Publishing, [2006]
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Description xxxii, 323 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents Executive summary -- 1. Background and introduction -- 2. Literature review -- 3. Materials and methods -- 4. Changes in disinfection by-products and water quality in full-scale distribution systems -- 5. Guidelines to select distribution system sampling locations for disinfection by-product monitoring -- 6. Summary, conclusions, and recommendations -- Appendix A. Microbial degradation of HAAs and other DBPs -- Appendix B. Batch incubation in bottles -- Appendix C. Correlations between DBP concentrations, water age, and water quality parameters -- Appendix D. Effects of pipe material, pipe diameter, booster chlorination station, and storage reservoirs -- Appendix E. Inter-laboratory comparison experiments -- References -- Abbreviations
Summary The goal of this project was to understand the formation and decay of selected DBPs in full-scale distribution systems focusing on the four THMs and the nine HAAs, as well as individual THM and HAA species. Because of its critical nature, NDMA was also included. The project objectives were: evaluate the critical factors that affect THM and HAA behavior in distribution systems; determine the fate and behavior of NDMA in distribution systems; evaluate the effect of pipe material and diameter on the fate of DBPs in distribution systems; examine the effect of storage reservoirs / tanks and booster chlorination stations on THM, HAA and NDMA concentrations; evaluate the changes in DBP concentrations and speciation when a system seasonally switches from chloramines to free chlorine to limit potential nitrification episodes
Notes "1P-6.25C-91115-05/06-NH" -- cover [p. 4]
"91115" -- spine
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 301-317)
Subject Water -- Distribution -- Quality control.
Water quality -- Measurement.
Water -- Purification -- Disinfection -- By-products.
Author Baribeau, Hé́lène.
United States. Environmental Protection Agency.
American Water Works Association.
AWWA Research Foundation.
LC no. 2007276236