The requirements for supplying water to a home, a city or a factory can be very different. Experts in these fields explain the nuances of the details involved in maintaining adequate quantity and quality for these different consumers. Waste water management can be of even greater concern, yet its management can follow similar paths when compared to sophisticated water supply treatment. Both the physics and chemistry of these fields are fully covered.Alegre, H., Baptista, J.M., Hirner, W., and Cabrera, E. (2000). The IWA ... Water practice manual 4. The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management, CIWEM (formerly Institution of Water Engineers and Scientists, IWES).
|Title||:||Water Encyclopedia, Domestic, Municipal, and Industrial Water Supply and Waste Disposal|
|Author||:||Jay H. Lehr, Jack Keeley, Janet Lehr|
|Publisher||:||Wiley-Interscience - 2005-06-01|