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Management and bacteriological quality of household water in the university staff quarters

, : Management and bacteriological quality of household water in the university staff quarters. Indian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics 30(8): 220-226

Water samples were collected from household storage tanks in the University campus, Udaipur, India. The households received well water, municipal water, or mixed water. Storage tanks were cleaned out quarterly, half-yearly, or yearly. The water samples were analysed for total viable counts, total coliforms, faecal coliforms and presumptive Escherichia coli.

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