Nov 25, 2015 9:30am to 4:00pm
Presentations for this event are now available.
The workshop, which was held in Sydney on the 25th November, explored the current knowledge of Cryptosporidium risk in the Australian context.
Across Australia, catchments vary considerably in size and land use. In some catchments, Cryptosporidium presents a risk to water quality. The Australian Drinking Water Guidelines have set an individual filter turbidity target for catchments with an identified risk from Cryptosporidium.
The workshop explored the current knowledge of Cryptosporidium risk in the Australian context, including:
This event was co-hosted by NSW Department of Health and WaterRA.
Presentations from this workshop are now available for downloading:
|1.||Cryptosporidiosis epidemiology in NSW||Dr Jeremy McAnulty|
|2.||Evolution of the Turbidity Fact Sheet in the ADWG and its link to the management of Cryptosporidium risk||Mr David Sheehan|
|3.||Orange City Council Filter media upgrade||Mr Jon Francis|
|4.||SAWater: Managing Cryptosporidium Risk||Ms Jacqueline Frizenschaf, Drs Paul Monis and Brendan King|
|5.||Managing Cryptosporidium Risk in the Sydney Drinking Water Catchment||Dr Andrew Ball|
|6.||Development of a systematic methodology for Sanitary Surveys to evaluate risks to drinking water supplies||Dr Christobel Ferguson|
|7.||Application of QMRA for vulnerability assessment of NSW water supplies to the risk of Cryptosporidium||Dr Susan Petterson|
|8.||Understanding the risk of Cryptosporidium in drinking water catchments: Case study from Western Australia||Dr Andrew Bath|
|From:||Nov 25, 2015 9:30am|
|To:||Nov 25, 2015 4:00pm|
|Availability:||Members and Non-members|
|Event Coordinator:||Claire McInnes|
|Phone Enquiries:||08 7424 2448|
11 Harbourview Crescent
LAVENDER BAY NSW 2060