Control of biofilm growth in drinking water distribution systems

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Office of Research and Development, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 55 pages
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Page 45 - MCL of 141.63(a) of this chapter for systems that demonstrate to the State that the violation of the total coliform MCL is due to a persistent growth of total coliforms in the distribution system rather than fecal or pathogenic contamination, a treatment lapse or deficiency, or a problem in the operation or maintenance of the distribution system.
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