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Cryptosporidium (CRYPTS)

Cryptosporidium is a parasite found in water that can cause illness in humans, as demonstrated in a number of recent cryptosporidium outbreaks that have threatened public health. Potable or recreational waters should be treated to remove cryptosporidium; samples are therefore regularly tested through the water industry to ensure that treatment has worked and water supplies are free from cryptosporidium.
Guidelines exist, such as those from the WHO and the EPA, to ensure cryptosporidium doesn't contaminate human water supplies. Our CRYPTS scheme enables particpants to show the validity of their methods and results, with samples including slides, suspensions and filters with cryptosporidium oocysts.

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ISO/IEC 17043
ISO 9001

Scheme Information

Round

Despatch Date

Reporting Deadline

CY229

08 April 2019

26 April 2019

CY230

07 May 2019

24 May 2019

CY231

03 June 2019

21 June 2019

CY232

01 July 2019

19 July 2019

CY233

29 July 2019

16 August 2019

CY234

27 August 2019

13 September 2019

CY235

23 September 2019

11 October 2019

CY236

21 October 2019

08 November 2019

CY237

18 November 2019

06 December 2019

CY238

13 January 2020

31 January 2020

CY239

10 February 2020

28 February 2020

CY240

09 March 2020

27 March 2020


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