Penn State Wastewater Sampling Has Potential To Delay Coronavirus Outbreaks

Sep 28, 2020

What is brown, fluid, and smells like shit? Penn State’s latest coronavirus mitigation approach, that’s what....

Sampling is done at the university’s main Wastewater Treatment Plant and near residence halls on campus by an interdisciplinary team of researchers and operations engineer at Penn State’s Office of the Physical Plant, David Swisher. Additionally, they are working with Cory Miller, executive director of the University Area Joint Authority, to monitor wastewater in the State College community.
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