Chemical Cleaning, Disinfection & Decontamination of Water Wells
by John H. Schnieders
Sure to become a "must-have" classic for groundwater professionals and public health officials. Written by NGWA's 2001-2002 McEllhiney Distinguished Lecturer, this book details how microorganisms and minerals can inhabit and accumulate in water wells, along with the most effective cleaning methods to use. Sections include the biology and mineralogy of wells, geological considerations, laboratory testing, the chemistry of well cleaning, and disinfection chemistry. Current disinfection methods and case studies are also explored.
2003/ 227 pages