Published: Jan 1981
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The paper focuses on how the organizational structure within a power plant can help or hinder in the effort to obtain reliable data from water quality instrumentation. It also focuses on the education and training level required of personnel who operate such instrumentation and provides guidelines for daily attention to instrumentation and recommendations for the scheduling of routine maintenance and calibration procedures.
water quality, instrumentation, operation, calibration, maintenance, organizational structure, educational level, training level, power plants
Consultant, Water Management, Selby & Associates, Chicago, Ill.