Water quality and treatment: a handbook of community water supplies

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McGraw-Hill, Oct 1, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 1248 pages
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State-of-the-art handbook of community water supplies.

The leading source of information on water quality, water treatment, and quality control for 60 years is now available in an up-to-the-minute new edition. The American Water Works Association's Water Quality & Treatment, Fifth Edition fully covers the field, bringing you the expertise of 20 distinguished specialists who provide the latest information on everything from aeration and coagulation processes, to chemical oxidation and water plant waste management. At least 90% of the material in this new edition has been revised and updated. Among the areas of special concern covered are:

*Cutting-edge membrane processes
*U.S. regulatory changes, including new rulings on disinfection by-products
*Current concerns with preventing cryptosporidium and e. coli outbreaks
*Enhanced removal of total organic carbon
*Much, much more

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Contents

Drinking Water Quality Standards Regulations and Goals
1-1
Safe Drinking Water Act Amendments 1977 Through 1986 1
1-8
Current National Primary Drinking Water Regulations I
1-31
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The American Water Works Association (AWWA) is the leading organization of water management professionals in the United States. The AWWA's headquarters are in Denver, Colorado.

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