Upgrading Existing or Designing New Drinking Water Treatment Facilities

By

  • James E. Smith, United States Environmental Protection Agency

Describes technologies for upgrading existing or designing new drinking water treatment facilities. Prefiltration, filtration, disinfection, and organic and inorganic contaminants are covered. Particular solutions for small community water treatment plants (2500-100,000 gpd) are described, along with 13 "case studies".
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Audience

Community and non-community water systems.

 

Book information

  • Published: December 1991
  • Imprint: WILLIAM ANDREW
  • ISBN: 978-0-8155-1262-2


Table of Contents

Technologies for Upgrading Existing or Designing New Drinking Water Treatment FacilitiesSelecting and Evaluating Treatment ProcessesWater Treatment Technologies for Small CommunitiesTreating Organic ContaminantsInorganic Contaminant ControlThe Composite Correction Program for Optimizing Water Treatment Plant Performance