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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2008The Advice of the Ad-Hoc Working Group on Sampling and Monitoring to the Standing Committee on Drinking Water Concerning Sampling and Monitoring for the Revision of the Council Directive 98/83/ECHOEKSTRA EDDO; AERTGEERTS Roger; BONADONNA Lucia; CORTVRIEND Jan; DRURY David; GOOSSENS Roger; JIGGINS Peter; LUCENTINI Luca; MENDEL Birgit; RASMUSSEN Susanne, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012Assessment of microbial growth potential of PVC flexible tubing in contact with drinking waterTSVETANOVA Zvezdimira; HOEKSTRA EddoArticles in Journals
2010The effect of the surface-to-volume contact ratio on the biomass production potential of the pipe products in contact with drinking waterTSVETANOVA Zvezdimira; HOEKSTRA EddoArticles in Journals
2010Harmonized European method for assessment of microbial growth potential of material in contact with drinking waterTSVETANOVA Zvezdimira; HOEKSTRA EddoArticles in Journals
2008Impact of Surface to Water Volume Contact Ratio on the Biomass Production Potential of Products in Contact with Drinking WaterTSVETANOVA Zvezdimira; HOEKSTRA EddoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006Microbial Activity in Various Sections of the Domestic Distribution System and the Effect of StagnationHOEKSTRA EDDO; OCHROMOWICZ Katarzyna; TSVETANOVA ZVEZDIMIRAContributions to Conferences
2009A study on assessment of biomass production potential of pipe materials in contact with drinking waterTSVETANOVA ZVEZDIMIRA; HOEKSTRA EDDOArticles in Journals
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