Investigating ATP Analysis for Infrastructure Release for Service
Wednesday, November 4, 2020 @ 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Drinking water distribution system infrastructure is periodically taken out of service for repair, replacement, cleaning, or maintenance. The absence of coliform organisms is generally accepted as verification that disinfection has been successful and that the infrastructure can be released for service. Because conventional coliform detection methods take at least 24 hours, utilities are continuously seeking new technologies to minimize the time that the infrastructure is out of service.
Utilities are continuously seeking new technologies to minimize the time that distribution infrastructure is out of service. This webinar will discuss a study of the efficacy of adenosine triphosphate analysis, a rapid microbial detection method, as a suitable risk assessment indicator. Learn More.