Non-sewage Indicator Species in Stormwater

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Indicator organisms, surrogates of sewage-borne pathogens, are often used in both the health-risk assessment and the regulatory treatment of stormwater. Such use would better represent risk and proper treatment of such waters if the non-sewage contributors of indicator species were better quantified.

Results of a scoping study of factors contributing to environmental survival of commonly used indicator organisms will be presented.

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: January 1, 2009

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