Water Resource Management Issues : Basic Principles and Applications Hardback
Drinking Water Safety: Basic Principles and Applications, examines the technical and scientific, as well as regulatory, ethical, and emerging issues of pollution prevention, sustainability, and optimization for the production and management of safe drinking water to cope with environmental pollution, population growth, increasing demand, terrorist threats, and climate change pressures.
It presents a summary of conventional water and wastewater treatment technologies, in addition to the latest processes. Features include: Provides a summary of current and future of global water resources and availability. Summarizes key U.S. regulatory programs designed to ensure protection of water quality and safe drinking water supplies, with details on modern approaches for water utility resilience. Examines the latest water treatment technologies and processes, including separate chapters on evaporation, crystallization, nanotechnology, membrane-based processes, and innovative desalination approaches. Reviews the specialized literature on pollution prevention, sustainability, and the role of optimization in water treatment and related areas, as well as references for further reading. Provides illustrative examples and case studies that complement the text throughout, as well as an appendix with sections on units and conversion constants.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 426 pages, 46 Tables, black and white; 100 Illustrations, black and white
- Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Publication Date: 02/12/2019
- Category: Water industries
- ISBN: 9780367183851