Dictionary of Water and Waste Management
- Paul Smith, University of Paisley, Scotland
Civil, environmental and chemical engineering professionals. Environmental biologists, environmental chemists and environmental managers.
- Published: August 2005
- Imprint: BUTTERWORTH HEINEMANN
- ISBN: 978-0-7506-6525-4
PREVIOUS EDITION REVIEWS: 'This is an important and timely dictionary that all libraries supporting programs in waste management, environmental studies, and hydrology should have in their collections. Highly recommended for all libraries.'- Choice “The Dictionary of Water and Waste Management is a comprehensive reference guide that covers water and waste treatment as well as management." - Industrial Environmental Management "Definitions of words, phrases and abbreviations... are clearly explained in simple layman's terms. The range of words is comprehensive, notching up a total of 439 pages, including an appendix of unit conversion factors." - Industrial Environmental Management “It is a handy reference for consultants, contractors and professional engineers as well as academics and students who need a quick definition to technical terms.” – Maritime Provinces Water & Wastewater Report “Unlike many dictionaries, this publication is easy to read. The words to be defined are bolded and the spacing between lines . . .[it is easy to] follow the material.. . . Keep this useful publication at arm’s length for an accurate explanation of important terms.” – Science Direct