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Drinking Water: Principles and Practices

P. J. de Moel, J. Q. J. C. Verberk, J. C. van Dijk

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ISBN 10: 9812568360 / ISBN 13: 9789812568366
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BRAND NEW, Drinking Water: Principles and Practices, P. J. de Moel, J. Q. J. C. Verberk, J. C. van Dijk, This unique volume provides a comprehensive overview of all the major aspects of modern drinking water systems in the western European context. It not only covers the theoretical principles, but also the historical background and practical aspects of design and operation, legislation, planning and finance of drinking water supply in its social and economic context. The principles and practices are illustrated using experiences from The Netherlands. The Dutch drinking water supply is well known for its multiple barrier systems and high technical standards. The Dutch drinking water is of high quality and does not contain chlorine, and the Dutch therefore readily drink tap water and do not see the need to buy bottled water or in-house filters, with their drawbacks on national economics, public health and the environment. This illustrative overview can be used as a reference for other countries and regions. Bookseller Inventory # B9789812568366

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Title: Drinking Water: Principles and Practices

Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd

Binding: Hardback

Book Condition:new

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This unique volume provides a comprehensive overview of all the major aspects of modern drinking water systems in the western European context. It not only covers the theoretical principles, but also the historical background and practical aspects of design and operation, legislation, planning and finance of drinking water supply in its social and economic context.

The principles and practices are illustrated using experiences from The Netherlands. The Dutch drinking water supply is well known for its multiple barrier systems and high technical standards. The Dutch drinking water is of high quality and does not contain chlorine, and the Dutch therefore readily drink tap water and do not see the need to buy bottled water or in-house filters, with their drawbacks on national economics, public health and the environment. This illustrative overview can be used as a reference for other countries and regions.

Contents: Sanitary Engineering; Amsterdam Water; Drinking Water Companies; Planning and Design; Finances; Water Consumption; Water Quality; Groundwater; Surface Water; Distribution.

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