Unfortunately, natural waters are also susceptible to contamination by fecal bacteria, including animal waste, individual septic systems or sewage spills, improper boat waste disposal and ill, unsanitary swimmers.
E. coli outbreaks in natural recreational waters are serious. County and state health departments regularly test for E. coli in natural recreational waters to comply with regulations and avoid widespread illness.
On-Site Recreational Water Quality Testing for E. coli
Government health agencies can use the Aquagenx CBT on-site at recreational locations, without the need for electricity or lab sample analysis and processing.
The CBT enables self-monitoring of E. coli to avoid compliance violations and waterborne illness and disease caused by E. coli