Novelli A.,Agence Francaise de Securite Sanitaire des Aliments Afssal DERNS |
Montiel A.,Comite dExperts Specialise Eaux de lAfssa |
Cabillic P.-J.,Comite dExperts Specialise Eaux de lAfssa |
Fourrier P.,Comite dExperts Specialise Eaux de lAfssa |
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Techniques - Sciences - Methodes | Year: 2010
With the notion of sustainable development gaining ground, practices aimed at saving water and energy are more and more frequent, particularly the installation of hydroelectric turbine on drinking water networks. It is essential in this case that the water quality should not be deteriorated, and the water supply for consumption and fire protection have to be prioritised over energy production. Thus, a sanitary risk assessment must be done and actions to control the described critical points have to be taken. The installation of a turbine is an additional risk whereas it is not necessary for drinking water production and distribution. As a consequence, a quality management system including the turbining and additional quality water monitoring should be carried out. drinking water, hydroelectric turbines, sanitary risks. Source