Health risks from infrastructure failures are not well understood, despite the potential widespread introduction of chemical, microbial, and physical contaminants, as well as service disruptions. This study gathered input from various experts to define these issues. A strategy for intervention and mitigation was developed along with and mechanisms for timely, direct, inter-agency communication, coordination, and collaboration.New York: McGraw-Hill. Ford, T., and R. Mitchell. ... Sciences, 740:389a395. GASB (Governmental Accounting Standards Board). ... Microbial Water Quality Concerns in Distribution Systems: Problems and Solutions. Revista Italiana Da#39; Igiene, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Estimating Health Risks from Infrastructure Failures|
|Author||:||Karen M. E. Emde|
|Publisher||:||American Water Works Association - 2006|