Designing Epidemiology Studies for Drinking Water Distribution Systems - 4350
Completion Year Research Value Research Manager Principal Investigator Contractor
2017 $278,665.00 Ms. Maureen Hodgins Christine Moe Emory University School of Public Health
This project developed a guidance manual for public health investigators and epidemiologists about collecting and interpreting data from U.S. drinking water utilities and local and national databases. The project also studied microbial water quality from distribution system and premise plumbing samples near locations in the distribution system with a history of main breaks or pressure loss events. Published in 2017.

Report NameReport #AvailableOrder ReportDownload PDFExecutive Summary
Association Between Distribution System Characteristics and Microbial Water Quality4350A11/15/2017 
Designing Epidemiology Studies for Drinking Water Distribution Systems: A Guidance Manual4350B11/15/2017