Water Utility Self-Assessment for the Management of Aesthetic Issues - 2777
Completion Year Research Value Research Manager Principal Investigator Contractor
2004 $152,406.00 Albert L Ilges Michael McGuire ARCADIS

This project provides guidance for utility self-assessment in three areas: identification of potential and real taste-and-odor (T&O) problems, management of T&O problems when they occur, and communication during T&O events within the utility and with the public. A webtool is posted below, which contains the Taste and Odor Self-Assessment and the Taste and Odor Decision Tree. These tools are designed to help utilities understand how well-prepared they are for a T&O event, and plan their response in case an event occurs. Published in 2004.


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Water Utility Self-Assessment for the Management of Aesthetic Issues90978F3/24/2004 
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