The NALCO water handbook

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McGraw-Hill, 1979 - Science - 750 pages
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With the nation looking toward a goal of "zero discharge" in water pollutants by the early 1980s, this timely handbook is an ideal source of information for specialists & nonspecialists alike. It provides completely practical data & techniques in the four major water conservation & use areas: (1) water chemistry, sources, & contaminants; (2) unit operations & treatment; (3) industrial & municipal use of water & its disposal; & (4) special technology in water treatment.

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