david.lawton1 at spamfreezonentlworld.com
Mon Dec 10 17:22:30 EST 2001
> On Mon, 10 Dec 2001 13:22:03 -0000, "Dave"
> <david.lawton1 at spamfreezonentlworld.com> wrote:
> ><rtjoseph at ev1.net> wrote in message
news:3c143e66.342423937 at news.ev1.net...
> >> There are about 70,000 water utilities in the US. They only do
> >> pathogen tests on demand. Current technology makes the costs of
> >> continuous testing prohibitive.
> >Is isn't it routine in the US to monitor for indicator organisms unless
> >there is
> >a specific outbreak?
<rtjoseph at ev1.net> wrote in message news:3c150aaa.394715390 at news.ev1.net...
> That's correct.
In that case I can't see that storing water incase there's an incident would
be of much use,
even if the organisms could survive.
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