Environmental Science of Drinking Water
by Patrick J. Sullivan, Franklin J. Agardy, and James J.J. Clark
Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann

The Environmental Science of Drinking Water illustrates a need for changes in the approach toward protecting drinking water. The authors present factual and circumstantial evidence explaining how current drinking water standards are inadequate to protect human health, and outline available technologies that, if properly employed, could move us toward a healthier future. It also addresses new contaminants, monitoring data on unregulated chemicals, and provides analysis of various bottled waters and water purification technologies.

2005 / 368 pages
Catalog #T1017
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