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International Water Association, Specialist Group


Journal of Water and Health, Volume 20, Issue 8, 1 August 2022

Monitoring the exposure and emissions of antibiotic resistance: Co-occurrence of antibiotics and resistance genes in wastewater treatment plants
Ruud Steenbeek; Peer H. A. Timmers; Danielle van der Linde; Kay Hup; Luc Hornstra; Frederic Been
J Water Health (2022) 20 (8): 1157–1170.

Evaluate the effectiveness technology for the treatment of oily wastewater
Meshari Almutairi
J Water Health (2022) 20 (8): 1171–1187.

CFDA-AM staining to assess the metabolic activity of Giardia duodenalis cysts inactivated by chlorine, boiling and ultraviolet irradiation
Maria Júlia Rodrigues da Cunha; Bárbara Luíza Souza Freitas; Natália de Melo Nasser Fava; Lyda Patricia Sabogal-Paz
J Water Health (2022) 20 (8): 1188–1196.

Modeling infection from SARS-CoV-2 wastewater concentrations: promise, limitations, and future directions
Jeffrey Soller; Wiley Jennings; Mary Schoen; Alexandria Boehm; Krista Wigginton; Raul Gonzalez; Katherine E. Graham; Graham McBride; Amy Kirby; Mia Mattioli
J Water Health (2022) 20 (8): 1197–1211.

The first detection of SARS-CoV-2 RNA in urban wastewater in Giza, Egypt
Mohamed N. F. Shaheen; Elmahdy M. Elmahdy; Yasser E. Shahein
J Water Health (2022) 20 (8): 1212–1222.

Effectiveness of environmental surveillance of SARS-CoV-2 as an early warning system during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic: a systematic review
Susanne Hyllestad; Mette Myrmel; Jose Antonio Baz Lomba; Fredrik Jordhøy; Svanhild Kjørsvik Schipper; Ettore Amato
J Water Health (2022) 20 (8): 1223–1242.

Assessment of microplastic contamination in the urban lower Chao Phraya River of Bangkok city, Thailand
Khattiya Ounjai; Suwanna Kitpati Boontanon; Pitchaya Piyaviriyakul; Shuhei Tanaka; Shigeo Fujii
J Water Health (2022) 20 (8): 1243–1254.

Endocrine-disruptor endpoints in the ovary and thyroid of adult female rats exposed to realistic doses of di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate
Amel Jebara; Asma Beltifa; Guissepa Di Bella; Lotfi Mabrouk; Hedi Ben Mansour
J Water Health (2022) 20 (8): 1256–1267.


HRWM SG Open Meeting at IWA WWC Copenhagen

We will have an Open Meeting of HRWM SG at IWA WWC Copenhagen as follow:

September 15, Thursday
10:30 – 12:00
ROOM: 19

Our open meeting will provide an update on our group activities, e.g., our Mini-Symposium Webinar Series, projects, and other initiatives. The members of the MT will update you on the planning of the 21st HRWM Symposium in Darwin in June 2023. Moreover, we will discuss the coming election of the Management Committee. This meeting will be a good opportunity for members to provide their input as we discuss future activities for the group. We are also actively looking for new members, especially from the YWP. Everyone interested in the field of health-related water microbiology will be warmly welcomed to attend the meeting.


Journal of Water and Health, Volume 20, Issue 7, 1 July 2022

Detection of Escherichia coli, rotavirus, and Cryptosporidium spp. from drinking water, kitchenware, and flies in a periurban community of Lusaka, Zambia
Yasuhiro Asada; Min Li Chua; Mayu Tsurumi; Taro Yamauchi; Imasiku Nyambe; Hidenori Harada
J Water Health (2022) 20 (7): 1027–1037.

Challenges in realising the potential of wastewater-based epidemiology to quantitatively monitor and predict the spread of disease
Julian Faraway; James Boxall-Clasby; Edward J. Feil; Marjorie J. Gibbon; Oliver Hatfield; Barbara Kasprzyk-Hordern; Theresa Smith
J Water Health (2022) 20 (7): 1038–1050.

Molecular identification and phylogenetic analysis of free-living amoeba in the water resources of Arak, Iran
Malihe Fani; Paul A. Fuerst; Mahdi Mosayebi; Amir Javadi; Majid Fasihi Harandi; Mehrzad Saraei; Milad Badri; Elham Hajialilo
J Water Health (2022) 20 (7): 1051–1063.

An acute gastroenteritis outbreak associated with a contaminated water supply system, Turkey, 2018
Zeynep Özge Özgüler; Nayak Priyakanta; Serap Cetin Coban; Mehmet Akif Sezerol; Irshad Ali Shaikh; Fehminaz Temel
J Water Health (2022) 20 (7): 1064–1070.

Laboratory evaluation of the efficacy of bucket chlorination guidelines at inactivating Vibrio cholerae for waters of varying quality
Gabrielle M. String; Annie Huang; Daniele Lantagne
J Water Health (2022) 20 (7): 1071–1083.

Phosphate drinking water softeners promote Legionella growth
Gregor Jereb; Ivan Eržen; Martina Oder; Borut Poljšak
J Water Health (2022) 20 (7): 1084–1090.

Estimating global water, sanitation, and hygiene levels and related risks on human health, using global indicators data from 1990 to 2020
Michael Aboah; Michael K. Miyittah
J Water Health (2022) 20 (7): 1091–1101.

Addition of Camellia sinensis extract to water to disinfect respiratory viruses accumulated over different surfaces
Dina Nadeem Abd-ElShafy; Rola Nadeem; Mahmoud Mohamed Bahgat
J Water Health (2022) 20 (7): 1102–1111.

Metal leaching test of commercially available faucets in the Japanese market in 2016–2020
Taro Miyoshi; Dai Simazaki; Marina Tokuyasu; Takanori Masuda; Michihiro Akiba
J Water Health (2022) 20 (7): 1112–1125.

Isolation and identification of potentially pathogenic free-living amoeba in dental-unit water samples
Hadi Khatoonaki; Kavous Solhjoo; Hassan Rezanezhad; Belal Armand; Amir Abdoli; Ali Taghipour
J Water Health (2022) 20 (7): 1126–1136.

Potentially pathogenic Escherichia coli from household water in peri-urban Ibadan, Nigeria
Akeem Ganiyu Rabiu; Olutayo Israel Falodun; Obasola Ezekiel Fagade; Rotimi Ayodeji Dada; Iruka N. Okeke
J Water Health (2022) 20 (7): 1137–1149.

Possibility of a case of pneumonia caused by green tea contaminated with Pseudomonas aeruginosa and countermeasures against it
Shigeharu Oie; Shinya Kawai
J Water Health (2022) 20 (7): 1150–1156.