TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Synthesis 88: Airport Community, Water Quality Events, and the Aircraft Drinking Water Rule explores how airports, airlines, ground service providers, and ice and food caterers as well as other food service establishments can take measures to ensure that their operations have safe drinking water. Receiving prompt and accurate information about a drinking water quality event allows airport management and tenants to address and mitigate potential adverse effects. Airlines have reported that it is often difficult for them to obtain information about a drinking water quality event and determine if it affects an airport they serve. This report will provide airport management with the ability to distribute essential information and minimize the time it takes for notification of an event to reach the airport’s tenants.
Table of Contents
|CHAPTER ONE Introduction||5-10|
|CHAPTER TWO Methods||11-13|
|CHAPTER THREE Practices and Findings from Interviews||14-27|
|CHAPTER FOUR Conclusions and Further Research||28-29|
|Abbreviations and Acronyms||34-34|
|APPENDIX A Aircraft Drinking Water Rule: A quick Reference Guide||35-36|
|APPENDIX B Survey Questionnaire||37-40|
|APPENDIX C Example Water Cabinet Operation and Maintenance Standard Operating Procedure for an International Terminal||41-50|
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