Over half (52%) of respondents reported storing filtered water for 2 or more days, indicating the potential for recontamination
The authors attributed this to the possibility of recontamination
during processing or to the presence of biofilm in the pipeline.
This cuts down on costly parts handling while substantially reducing the risk of component damage and recontamination
as a result of handling processes--and not least, the number of transport baskets required is drastically lowered.
For this reason, the WHO and UNICEF suggests a point-of-use water treatment system to eliminate the risk of recontamination
from manual handling and improper sanitation.
The contaminated utility glove would then serve as a reservoir for bacteria, causing the recontamination
of DHCP's hands with each subsequent use.
Improper storage can lead to recontamination
of disinfected probes.
The cholera treatment tents fail to adequately withstand the Haitian climate and rely on manual sewage collection that risks human exposure and recontamination
of the water table.
We will monitor the site on a daily basis, since there remains a risk of recontamination
during the demolition of the factory.
This prevents recontamination
or absorption of unwanted substances such as oxygen.
Because of such low concentration, it is impractical to remove these trace elements and even if one does so successfully, subsequent handling can reintroduce the elements through recontamination
as a source of pathogens in processed foods.