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Full-scale verification of laboratory-based models for cyano
Australian researchers are recognised internationally for comprehensive and on-going research into management of cyanobacteria and their metabolites. In particular, outcomes of laboratory-based research into a range of drinking water treatment processes have been published and widely applied at the full scale; however to date the validity of transferring laboratory results to the full scale has not been confirmed.. This paper presents data from full scale sampling during an event where intracellular and dissolved MIB was present in the inlet to four drinking water treatment plants. The efficacy of individual unit processes within the plants was compared with predictions based on laboratory testing. The results strongly support the application of models based on laboratory data at the full scale.
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