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 4 - Risk assessment & Risk management

Deliverable

Title

D 4.1.3
D 4.2.1/2/3

Generic Framework and Methods for Integrated Risk Management in Water Safety Plans
Executive summary

D 4.1.4

Identification and description of hazards for water supply systems
Executive summary

D 4.1.5a

Risk assessment case study
Göteborg, Sweden

Executive summary

D 4.1.5b

Risk assessment case study
Bergen, Norway

Executive summary

D 4.1.5c

Risk assessment case study
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Executive summary

D 4.1.5d

Risk assessment case study
Freiburg-Ebnet

Executive summary

D 4.1.5e

Risk assessment case study
Breznice, Czech Republic

Executive summary

D 4.1.5f

Risk assessment case study
Upper Mnyameni, South Africa

Executive summary

D 4.1.5g

Risk assessment case studies
Summary Report

Executive summary

D 4.2.4

Methods for risk analysis of drinking water systems from source to tap
Guidance report on Risk Analysis

Executive summary

D 4.2.5

Risk evaluation and decision support for drinking water systems
Report
and Executive summary

D 4.3.3

Technical efficiency of existing risk reduction options in surface water systems

D 4.3.4

Technical efficiency of existing risk reduction options in groundwater systems
With special consideration to the risk of contamination with nitrates from agriculture

D 4.3.5.

Technical efficiency of some existing risk reduction options in treatment systems

D 4.3.6

Technical efficiency of existing risk reduction options for distribution of drinking water Reservoirs, pumping stations, distribution networks and internal piping

D 4.4.1

Decision support for risk management in drinking water supply:
Overview and Framework
Report
and Executive Summary

D 4.4.2

Risk evaluation and decision support for drinking water systems
Report
and Executive summary