Water Supply and Pollution Control
"Water Supply and Pollution Control," Seventh Edition has been revised and modernized to meet the contemporary needs of civil and environmental engineering students who will be engaged in the design and management of water and wastewater systems, practicing engineers, and those planning to take the examination for licensing as a professional engineer. Warren Viessman, Jr. and Mark J. Hammer emphasize the application of scientific methods to problems associated with the development, movement, and treatment of water and wastewater. Treatment processes are presented in the context of what they can do, rather than compartmentalizing them along clean water or wastewater lines. The concept of total water management, recognizing that all waters are potential sources of supply, is a dominant theme. Improvements in the seventh edition include
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During the class I found the homework problems poorly explained and worded. As a reference book I have a difficult time finding useful information in the book, with the index sending you to irrelevant sections while not listing the locations of the main topics. Granted, I don't work with water quality frequently, but when I need it, this book does not answer questions. I would not recommend this book to anyone needing a solid reference text for water and wastewater treatment.
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