Drinking Water Treatment Objectives (Microbiological) for Ground Water Supplies in British Columbia, Version 1

Description:The Drinking Water Treatment Objectives (Microbiological) for Ground Water Supplies in British Columbia (this document) provides guidance on what microbiological objectives need to be achieved for a ground water source to be considered potable. The Drinking Water Protection Regulation requires that ground water sources used for drinking water supply systems are disinfected if the ground water is at risk of containing pathogens, and disinfection must be sufficient to achieve these provincial water treatment objectives. This document is specific to microbiological objectives and it does not address parameters around secondary (residual) disinfection or any treatment required to mitigate chemical contaminants.

Authors: Ministry of Health

Subjects: Drinking Water

Tags:Ministry of Health,microbiology,ground water,water treatment,groundwater

Citation:N/A

Publication Date:Jan 12th, 2016 Upload Date:Jan 12th, 2016

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