Wastewater Reuse in the United States Army: A Case Study for Greywater Reuse on Forward Operating Bases Authors: Borel, K., Daley, K., Gonzalez, R., Henderson, M., Robson, A. Introduction The United States Army has forward operating bases (FOB) around the world which are home to approximately 13,...
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a QMRA case study regarding the Flint water crisis Legionella has been identified as a major hazard associated with waterborne diseases, responsible for 66% and 26% of waterborne outbreaks and illnesses in the United States from 2011 to 2012
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