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Study on Distribution of Microbes in Waterscape Facilities in Gyeonggi-do

한국환경보건학회지 2020년 46권 6호 p.710 ~ 718
정아용, 박명기, 김윤성, 이창희, 이정희, 이혜연, 김영숙,
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정아용 ( Jeong Ah-Yong ) - Gyeonggi-Province Institute of Health and Environment Department of Immunodiagnosis
박명기 ( Park Myoung-Ki ) - Gyeonggi-Province Institute of Health and Environment Department of Immunodiagnosis
김윤성 ( Kim Yun-Sung ) - Gyeonggi-Province Institute of Health and Environment Department of Immunodiagnosis
이창희 ( Lee Chang-Hee ) - Gyeonggi-Province Institute of Health and Environment Department of Immunodiagnosis
이정희 ( Lee Jung-Hee ) - Gyeonggi-Province Institute of Health and Environment Department of Immunodiagnosis
이혜연 ( Lee Hye-Yeoun ) - Gyeonggi-Province Institute of Health and Environment Department of Immunodiagnosis
김영숙 ( Kim Young-Suk ) - Gyeonggi-Province Institute of Health and Environment Department of Immunodiagnosis

Abstract


Objectives: We analyzed water in waterscape facilities to investigate contamination levels of water-borne pathogens and four test items (pH, turbidity, residual chlorine, and Escherichia coli) at facilities including play fountains, splash parks, and artificial streams from June to October in Suwon City and in the whole of Gyeonggi-do.

Methods: A total of 62 waterscape facility samples were collected from 36 sites and tested for pathogenic Escherichia coli and water-borne viruses that cause hand-foot-and-mouth disease, eye disease, and acute enteritis.

Results: None of the water-borne pathogens were detected in waterscape facility samples collected from across Gyeonggi-do that were for pre-inspection for facility management. However, the results of samples from Suwon collected in hot weather and during the school vacation period showed five total inconsistencies in turbidity (four cases) and Escherichia coli (one case). Three out of the four inconsistent samples in turbidity were from the same facility which operated a sand filtration system due to its locational factors close to mountains.

Conclusion: We suggest that the waterscape facilities in Gyeonggi-do are managed properly in the respect of microbial contamination and water quality.

키워드

Hand-foot-and-mouth disease; water-borne viruses; waterscape facility

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