Coronaviruses survive in drinking water for more than 100 days ...

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Re: Coronaviruses survive in drinking water for more than 100 days ...




by Christophe » 19/04/20, 17:35

Ahahah Marco ... and wash your b ... e? : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen:

sicetaitsimple wrote:These are two separate networks (potable and non-potable).
http://www.eaudeparis.fr/lespace-cultur ... u-davenir/


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You can read there ....
By browsing the exhibition, you will also be able to learn more about all of the infrastructures that make up the Parisian non-potable water network: 3 production factories, 8 storage structures (7 reservoirs and 1 water tower), some of which have shaped the city's landscape for decades (for example, the Passy or Montmartre reservoirs, located in the 16th and 18th arrondissements), 1 kilometers of underground pipes… This equipment covers almost the whole of Paris and constitutes a remarkable potential for the development of the city of tomorrow.


We have a plan available somewhere ???? : Cheesy:

The Prime Minister speaks ... we will see if a journalist evokes this info ...
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by Christophe » 19/04/20, 17:52

I received my UVc tube on Thursday, a chance :)

So I fucked him up in the sink !! 8) 8) 8)

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by Christophe » 19/04/20, 18:23

Here is some info and the map of the (non-potable) water networks in Paris ... Sorry, it's not HD, but that's what I found most complete!

2) The non-potable water network

This network is mainly intended for service
municipal public (for cleaning roads and
sewers as well as for watering green spaces)
and the needs of certain industrialists.
Water is drawn from the Seine (Austerlitz factories and
d'Auteuil) or in the Canal de l'Ourcq (factory of the
Villette) and is distributed, with no other treatment than
screening followed, in most factories, by
sieving.
Non-potable water is stored in tanks
with an overall capacity of 181 m000 and the
the main ones are the Passy and Villejuif reservoirs
and Ménilmontant.


We should now know where we took the 4 positive samples and see what there is in common on the network of these 4 sampling points (if there are things in common: if there is none c is that the samples were contaminated "after" ... a particle during the collection ???)

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by GuyGadebois » 19/04/20, 18:43

Christophe wrote:Must see if the water cycle of your drilling is more than ... 392 days !!!

Ah ah it's not won !!!

Ah ah, between "traces of RNA" and an active virus, there is as much difference between Régine in a down jacket and Taylor Hill naked. Another useless flip.
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by Christophe » 19/04/20, 18:53

Well let's hope this is bullshit :)

Although when i see that

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by GuyGadebois » 19/04/20, 19:09

Christophe wrote:Well let's hope this is bullshit :)

It is spelled out "traces of RNA", not "active viruses".
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by Christophe » 19/04/20, 19:13

We will talk about it in a few days ...

If this coronavirus survives more than 380 days in water ... There is no chance that there will not be some in the water "everywhere" in the long term ...

Prevention is better than cure ... right?
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by GuyGadebois » 19/04/20, 19:17

Christophe wrote:Prevention is better than cure ... right?

Well yes, everyone does as they want / can.
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by izentrop » 19/04/20, 19:53

Guy is right, you're scared for nothing.
Your lamp is superfluous, this treatment has already been carried out beforehand.
“There are several phases in the treatment of water. First when we get it. It is then treated in different forms: UV lamps, ozonation and injection of chlorine to eliminate all types of pollution, pesticides, bacteria and other viruses, "says the elected official. The water treated for the first time is then stored in the tanks. It is already drinkable. "And when it is sent into the diffusion pipes, a new small dose of chlorine is injected," says the president of Eau de Paris. Some 0,2 micrograms per m3 very precisely. A very low dosage which serves as a "marker". "If we observe a drop of chlorine at the outlet of the tap it is because there is a problem on the network of pipes and then we intervene", reports Célia Blauel. http://www.leparisien.fr/paris-75/a-par ... 297544.php
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by GuyGadebois » 19/04/20, 20:14

In addition the "traces of RNA" could be a natural vaccine .... : Mrgreen:
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