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Identifies the best technologies or other means that are generally available, taking costs into consideration, for inactivating or removing microbial contaminants from surface water and groundwater supplies of drinking water. More specifically, it discusses water treatment technologies to be used by community and non-community water systems in removing turbidity, Giardia, viruses, and bacteria.
Community and non-community water systems
Background Filtration in Community Systems Disinfection in Community Systems Small Water Systems Cost Data
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- © William Andrew 1990
- 31st December 1990
- William Andrew
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