Original Research Article
Risk of Norovirus Gastroenteritis from Consumption of Vegetables Irrigated with Highly Treated Municipal Wastewater—Evaluation of Methods to Estimate Sewage Quality
Article first published online: 28 NOV 2013
© 2013 Society for Risk Analysis
Volume 34, Issue 5, pages 803–817, May 2014
How to Cite
Barker, S. F. (2014), Risk of Norovirus Gastroenteritis from Consumption of Vegetables Irrigated with Highly Treated Municipal Wastewater—Evaluation of Methods to Estimate Sewage Quality. Risk Analysis, 34: 803–817. doi: 10.1111/risa.12138
- Issue published online: 15 MAY 2014
- Article first published online: 28 NOV 2013
- University of Melbourne Warren Clark Postgraduate Scholarship and the Department of Environment and Primary Industries Postgraduate Scholarship
Disclaimer: Supplementary materials have been peer-reviewed but not copyedited.
Table SI. Log Reductions of Viruses on Produce After Washing with Tap Water
Table SII. Published Concentrations of Norovirus in Raw Sewage
Table SIII. Annual Disease Burden (DALYs per Person per Year) Associated with Consumption of Class A Recycled Water Irrigated Vegetables for the Average Melbourne Population
Table SIV. Daily and Annual Probability of Infection and Annual Cases of Infection and Illness for the Melbourne Population Considering Total Vegetable Consumption (allveg)
Table SV. Comparison of Methods Used to Evaluate Wastewater Reuse for Irrigation of Vegetable Crops Consumed Raw
Fig. S1. Deterministic model output relating recycled water concentration with annual disease burden (DALYs per person per year) for the average Melbourne population and zero withholding (allveg scenario).
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