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{{definition|A situation in which a contaminant has been successfully introduced into the system. A water contamination incident may or may not be preceded by a water contamination threat. <ref>[http://water.epa.gov/infrastructure/watersecurity/upload/2006_01_27_watersecurity_pubs_watersentinel_system_architecture.pdf U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Water Security Initiative System Architecture, EPA 817-D-05-003, December 2005.] </ref> }}
 
{{definition|A situation in which a contaminant has been successfully introduced into the system. A water contamination incident may or may not be preceded by a water contamination threat. <ref>[http://water.epa.gov/infrastructure/watersecurity/upload/2006_01_27_watersecurity_pubs_watersentinel_system_architecture.pdf U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Water Security Initiative System Architecture, EPA 817-D-05-003, December 2005.] </ref> }}
 
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Latest revision as of 23:17, 27 June 2019

Definitions

National Definitions

United States

A situation in which a contaminant has been successfully introduced into the system. A water contamination incident may or may not be preceded by a water contamination threat. [1]

See also


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References

  • ERNCIP's Thematic Group on Chemical & Biological Risks in the Water Sector [1].