Use of Innovative Enzymatic Methods for the Determination of E.coli, Fecal Coliforms and Enterococci in Waste Waters
Waste Water Facilities are required to test the final effluent in order to be in compliance with their NPDES permit which permits them to discharge the effluent into a specific body of water. US EPA on March 26th, 2007 promulgated additional indicators, E.coli and enterococci for testing wastewater prior to discharge effective date of April 26th, 2007. In addition, 2 MF methods and Colilert® were approved for E.coli and 1 MF method and Enterolert were approved for enterococci.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2008-01-01
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