SWTRSurface Water Treatment Rule
SWTRSchweizerische Wissenschafts- und Technologierat (German)
SWTRShare the World's Resources
SWTRSolid Waste Transfer and Recycling, Inc. (New Jersey)
SWTRSmart Weapons Test Range (Yuma Proving Ground, Arizona)
SWTRSwedish Winter Test Region (municipal testing organization)
SWTRShallow Water Test Range (US Navy)
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In addition, SWTR criteria required NYC "to show, through ownership or agreements with landowners, that it could control human activities in the watershed with the potential to harm the microbiological quality of the source water" (NYC DEP 2006: 3).
As with Giardia, LeChevallier, Norton, and Lee (9) have demonstrated that compliance with the SWTR will not necessarily ensure that treated waters are free of the oocysts of Cryptosporidium.
For more information on the SWTR and related regulations utilities should contact their state regulatory agency or regional office of the Environmental Protection Agency.
The panel also concluded that the city probably would not be able to meet the water quality requirements of an enhanced SWTR, which would likely include measures to control cryptosporidium.
The Surface Water Treatment Rule (SWTR) specified filtration and disinfection treatment requirements for public water systems using surface water sources in or groundwater under the direct influence of surface water.
This study revealed that the District could qualify for an exemption to the filtration requirement of the Surface Water Treatment Rule (SWTR) due to the pristine nature of the District's source of supply, the 540-acre Floods Pond.
The Surface Water Treatment Rule (SWTR) and proposed Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule require increased removal and inactivation of microbial contaminants from surface waters.
Pre-disinfection can now be accomplished with chlorine or chlorine dioxide; recent testing has shown that either chemical can be used to achieve compliance with the "CT" requirements of EPA's Surface Water Treatment Rule (SWTR) at this plant.