The Environmental Science of Drinking WaterBy
- Patrick Sullivan
- Franklin Agardy
- James Clark
Environmental engineers, geologists, hydrologists, professionals and practitioners in public health, urban planning, science policy, ecology, soil science, agronomy, public health, natural resource management, urban planning, environmental consultants, public interest groups and county, city, state and federal state regulatory agencies.
Hardbound, 384 Pages
Published: July 2005
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
"... this tome brings together a variety of intellectual arguments, case examples, and common sense to support the authorâs theses. And the book is extremely readable by technos and laypersons alike."
California/Nevada Section AWWA. Winter 2002, p. 31"An excellent compilation of fact, case study, policy analysis, opinion and good old-fashioned common sense." Shawna Bourne, Certified Inspector of Public Health, Ontario Ministry of the Environment "... an excellent job compiling an overview of drinking water quality, water pollution, water protection, and living with the risk of polluted water ..." Dr. Stu F. Asay, P.E. in Drinking Water & Backflow Prevention, December 2005