Clean Water Handbook

Author: Duke K. McCall, III

Publisher: Bernan Press

ISBN:

Category: Law

Page: 442

View: 413

Completely updated to capture all new revisions and new aspects of the law, the new Clean Water Handbook provides environmental professionals with a comprehensive roadmap to the requirements, legal interpretations, and critical issues of water pollution control law. Written from a legal perspective but intended as a practical resource, the Handbook contains both the legal text of the Clean Water Act and the expert interpretation environmental professionals need to understand what their companies' responsibilities are and how they can fulfill them.

The Clean Water Act Handbook

Author: Mark Ryan

Publisher: American Bar Association

ISBN:

Category: Reference

Page: 308

View: 491

Provides a clearly presented overview of the law's provisions and pertient regulation and enforcement issues.

Clean Water Handbook

Author: Lynn Monk Gallagher

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Environmental permits

Page: 439

View: 580

This handbook provides a comprehensive roadmap to the requirements, legal thinking, and critical issues of water pollution control law. This handbook covers a wide range of programs and requirements that have developed over the years through statutory changes, regulatory enactments, and court decisions. In the Second Edition, Lynn Gallagher and Leonard Miller have written an entirely new handbook to provide the most reliable, compliance information available.

Clean Water Handbook

Author: Russell V. Randle

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Hazardous substances

Page: 446

View: 324

The Drinking Water Handbook

Author: Frank R. Spellman

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 274

View: 956

The Drinking Water Handbook is a systematic explanation of the many processes employed to make water safe to drink. It clarifies the laws that set the standards for quality and investigates the physical, chemical and microbiological parameters that must be modified to produce potable and good-tasting water. Careful attention is paid to present and emerging technologies that result in high-quality drinking water: purification, filtration, disinfection, distribution, and more. The book discusses the relation of water reuse to the hydrologic cycle and explains what is being done to mitigate growing concerns about disinfection by-products.

The Drinking Water Handbook, Second Edition

Author: Frank R. Spellman

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 388

View: 782

When you open the tap to fill your glass with drinking water, you expect the water to be of good quality. But is the water from your tap really safe? The second edition of an industry-wide bestseller, The Drinking Water Handbook explains the many processes employed to make water safe to drink. Starting at the source, it evaluates the quality control of drinking water through treatment and distribution to the tap, and its use and reuse by the consumer. What’s in Your Glass of Water? Engaging and accessible, the handbook covers important concepts and regulations and identifies current problems with the water supply. In addition to the traditional physical, chemical, and microbiological parameters that affect water quality, it discusses trihalomethanes, Cryptosporidium, viruses, carcinogens, pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs), and other pollutants. Solutions for Safer Drinking Water The book also addresses the challenges faced by practitioners striving to provide the best drinking water quality to the consumer. It outlines techniques and technologies for monitoring and water treatment, from preliminary screening to filtration and disinfection, as well as advanced processes for specialized water problems. Recognizing the importance of protecting water infrastructure, the authors include a comprehensive chapter on security requirements for waterworks. This user-friendly handbook puts technical information about drinking water in the hands of the general public, sanitary and public works engineers, public health administrators, water treatment operators, and students. Thoroughly updated to reflect current science and technologies, it takes a close look at what can be found in many tap water supplies and the measures taken to ensure the health and well-being of consumers. What’s New in this Edition Updates to every chapter, reflecting advances in the field Expanded material on sick water related to PPCPs Discussion of the latest treatment technologies Coverage of individual contaminants Current regulations related to drinking water

Clean water handbook

Author: J. Gordon Arbuckle

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 446

View: 1000

Environmental Regulatory Calculations Handbook

Author: Leo Stander

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 584

View: 664

Regulatory Calculations Handbook addresses the environmental concerns of individuals by presenting the basic fundamentals of many environmental regulatory topics. Featuring an overview of the history of environmental problems, the current regulatory framework, and problems/solutions of practical problems in the field, this handbook comprehensively brings the potential calculations and information on regulations into one single-source reference. Provides 500 solved problems, which detail how to calculate the amount of pollutant that a facility is letting go into the environment Includes problems and solutions that can stand alone, offering material that develops the reader's understanding of regulatory matters Combines information that is otherwise spread-out and difficult to consolidate quickly

Ultra-Clean Technology Handbook

Volume 1: Ultra-Pure Water

Author: Ohmi

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 944

View: 267

Evaluating the effectiveness of conventional wet processes for cleaning silicon wafers in semiconductor production, this reference reveals concrete measures to improve ultrapure water quality reviewing the structure and physical characteristics of ultrapure water molecules. The volume is divided int