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Waterborne microorganisms that cause disease.
A waterborne sewerage system began to be introduced in 1906.
Most clays are waterborne, having been carried from the surface of the land by rain and transported by the brooks and rivers into lakes or the sea.
In 2004 David 's tireless campaigning for the promotion of inland waterborne freight was recognized in the award of an MBE.
Particular interests include waterborne bacteria, viruses and protozoan parasites.
Waterborne infection may also result from swallowing water during recreational activities.