An Integrated Project Funded by the European Commission under the Sustainable Development, Global Change and Ecosystems Thematic Priority Area.
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Contract Number: 018320
Project Cordinator: Dr. Theo van den Hoven KIWA Water Research
Project Duration: 1st January 2006 to 31st December 2010

Workarea 3 - Monitoring & Control

Deliverable

Title

D 3.1.1/2

Monitoring drinking water
Selection of key parameters
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D 3.1.3

Monitoring and control of drinking water quality
Inventory and evaluation of monitoring technologies for key-parameters
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D 3.1.4

Concepts for Data Evaluation
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D 3.2.1

UV-Vis monitoring station for calculating “integrated parameters”
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D 3.2.4

A method for the concentration of microbes in large volumes of water
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D 3.2.5

Interim SOP for HPLC based analysis of new algal toxins (dissolved state) in natural waters
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D 3.2.6

Final SOP for HPLC based analysis of cell bound and dissolved nodularin in natural waters
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D 3.2.7

Redesigned monitoring station based on UV/Vis spectrometry
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D 3.2.9

Final SOP for HPLC based analysis of Saxitoxins (cell bound and dissolved state) in natural waters
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D 3.2.10

Final SOP for HPLC based analysis of amino-acid-like algal toxins (cell bound and dissolved state) in natural waters
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D 3.2.11

Concentration method using Hemoflow ultrafiltration
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D 3.3.1

A flow cytometric method for AOC determination
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D 3.3.2

Feasibility-report of a quantitative method for rapid assessment of microbial population composition in drinking water using flowcytometry combined with FISH
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D 3.3.4

Developement of a toolbox for identifying and quantifying membrane biofouling in drinking water treatment
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D 3.3.5

Assessing the feasibility of total virus detection with flow cytometry in drinking water
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D 3.3.7

A protocol for the determination of total cell concentration of natural microbial communities in drinking water with FCM
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D 3.3.8

Cultivation-independent assessment of viability with flow cytometry
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TKI Categorisation

D 3.3.9

A Report on the Growth of Pathogenic Bacteria on Natural Assimilable Organic Carbon

D 3.3.10

A comparison of AOC methods used by the different TECHNEAU partners
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D 3.3.12

Development of a toolbox for identifying and quantifying membrane biofouling in drinking water treatment
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D 3.3.13

Characterization of biofouling on hollow fiber membranes using confocal laser scanning microcscopy and image analysis
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D 3.3.14

A report on a bio-assay to estimate the growth potential of pathogenic bacteria in drinking water
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D 3.4.6

Odour and Flavour tests: Human panel and electronic testing compared
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D 3.4.12

Monitoring of Toxins in Drinking Water by the ToxProtect64 fish monitor
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D 3.4.15

Validation of the FISH-based detection and quantification of E.coli and coliform bacteria in water samples
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D 3.4.17

Report on automated quantification of FISH-labelled bacteria
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TKI Categorisation

D 3.5.1

Development of FISH methods for detection of pathogens in biofilm

D 3.5.2

UV-Vis monitoring station for calculating “integrated parameters”

D 3.5.3

Detection of number and viability of E.coli and A. hydrophila with FISH technique
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D 3.5.4

Integrated UV-Vis parameters for distribution network monitoring
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D 3.5.5

Portable Monitoring Station
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D 3.5.6

Redesigned Monitoring station and central station for monitoring of integrated UV-Vis parameters
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D 3.5.7

Comparison of the two FISH-based methods DVC-FISH and ScanVIT-Ecoli for the analysis and quantification of E. coli in different water and biofilm samples
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D 3.6.3.4

Monitoring of Toxins in Drinking Water Quality by the ToxProtect64 Fish Monitor
Training Material for End Users
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Video

D 3.6.5.1

A comparison between AOC, FCMTCC and conventional drinking water parameters
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D 3.6.5.2

The application of flow cytrometric based monitoring technologies on fullscale treatment and distribution systems
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D 3.6.8.1

Survival of E. coli in drinking water biofilm: the application of FISH technique
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D 3.6.8.2

Fate of E. coli in biofilm of water treatment plant and distribution networks: the application of FISH technique
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D 3.6.8.3

Applicability of biofilm sampling for detection of pathogens in drinking water distribution networks
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D 3.6.8.5

Rapid and specific quantification of indicator bacteria in biofilms and water concentrates
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D 3.6.10

An overview of the microbial methods developed and tested in WA3
TKI Categorisation
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D 3.6.10.1

An overview of the microbial methods developed and tested in WA3