This study summarizes the effectiveness of online and automation technology to monitor Cryptosporidium and bromate ion. A Bromate Ion Sensor and CrypotSensor developed for online and automation measurement were evaluated for their performance with water samples. The Bromate Ion Sensor: fluorescence measurement of bromate ion concentration showed a strong correlation (r2 =0.92) with the analytical method by IC-PC. The CryptoSensor: OFCM measurement after FITC-staining, was capable of performing enumeration of Cryptosporidium oocysts and Giardia cysts simultaneously. . Online data acquisition by these two sensors will expand the possibility of the reuse of produced wastewater/spent water as drinking water source water.
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- Kyungju Kim / Naoki Kanekawa / Edward F. Askew / Yasuhiro Matsui / Dabide Yamaguchi
- Metawater, CO. Ltd / Metawater, CO. Ltd / Askew Scientific Consulting LLC / Metawater USA / Metawater, CO. Ltd
- AMTA/AWWA Membrane Technology Conference, San Antonio, TX
- AMTA/AWWA Membrane Technology Conference
- online monitoring, bromate, cryptosporidium