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The first edition of the Dictionary of Waste and Water Treatment was published in 1981 and was aimed at treatment and treatment design. Over the last 20 years, areas such as air pollution control, solid waste management, hazardous waste management, pipeline management (leakage control, pipeline and sewer renewal) and environmental management systems have all become increasingly important. To reflect this shift, this completely revised and updated edition now covers water and waste management as well as treatment.
The dictionary contains definitions of around 7000 terms used in:
Water resources and hydrology Drinking water quality Waterborne diseases Public Health Water treatment Wastewater treatment Sludge treatment Air pollution & air pollution control Solid Waste Management Hazardous Waste Management Pipeline Management (leakage control, pipeline & sewer renewal) Environmental Management systems (ISO 14000, EMAS)
The dictionary has been completely revised and updated to encompass all the changes of the last 20 years to become the most comprehensive dictionary of water and waste management available.
Reference to US/ UK and European standards, legislation and spelling ensures the reader will find the book of global relevance Illustrations throughout aid the reader's understanding of the explanations Over 7000 terms on water quality, engineering and waste management make this the reference of choice for the professional
Civil engineers, environmental engineers, chemical engineers, environmental biologists, environmental chemists and environmental managers
7000 terms defined.
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 2002
- 20th March 2002
- eBook ISBN:
University of Paisley, Scotland
'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, February 2003
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