Influence of Stagnation and Temperature on Drinking Water Quality

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A group of Dutch researchers has completed a study on the plumbing between the water meter and consumer’s taps to determine whether stagnation and temperature may affect water quality. The study was conducted using an experimental plumbing rig that simulated a two-storey house with two sets of stagnation experiments—during winter and summer months—with various stagnation […]

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