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Water Purification

By: Ellms, Joseph W. (Joseph Wilton), 1867
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Water Purification

By: Charles Gilman Currier
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Introduction : Evaluating the Benefits and Potential Risks of Disi...

By: Joseph A. Cotruvo

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Probably the most significant public health measure introduced within the last 100 years has been the Introduction: of chlorine widely as a disinfectant for drinking water. Of course, not only chlorine but other oxidants also have been used, like ozone and chlorine dioxide in other parts of the world to a much greater extent than in the United States. The benefits are great and obvious. The issue for this conference is the possibility that there may be some subt...

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A Brief Account of the Shaws Water Scheme and Present State of the...

By: Shaws Water Joint Stock Company
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Air, Water, And Food from a Sanitary Standpoint

By: Richards, Ellen Henrietta Swallow, 1842-1911; Woodman, Alpheus Grant, 1873

Bibliography: p. 263-270

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Chlorination of Water

By: Race, Joseph

Bibliography at end of each chapter

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Risk of Internal Cancers from Arsenic in Drinking Water

By: Knashawn H. Morales

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: A metal found in rocks and mineral formations in the earths crust, arsenic has long been associated with the development of cancer in humans. Exposure can occur via inhalation, primarily in industrial settings, or through ingestion. Because drinking water is one of the primary routes of exposure, standards set in 1942 established a maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 50 micrograms/L in drinking water. In 1975, 50 micrograms/L was adopted as the interim standard i...

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A Review of Nitrates in Drinking Water : Maternal Exposure and Adv...

By: Deana M. Manassaram

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: In this review we present an update on maternal exposure to nitrates in drinking water in relation to possible adverse reproductive and developmental effects, and also discuss nitrates in drinking water in the United States. The current standard for nitrates in drinking water is based on retrospective studies and approximates a level that protects infants from methemoglobinemia, but no safety factor is built into the standard. The current standard applies only t...

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World Map of Internal Renewable Water Resources (Irwr), Per Country

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: IRWR (mm/year) < > 0 50 100 150 250 350 500 700 1 000 1 500 2 500 50 100 150 250 350 500 700 1 000 1 500 2 500 5 000 5 000 ...

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Wells and Ponds : Water Quality and Supply

By: Dickey, Elbert C. (Elbert Curtis), 1947; Lembke, Walter D.

University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign ; University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

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Water Purification Plants and Their Operation

By: Stein, Milton Frederick, 1885

Subject: Water-supply; Water

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The Operation of Water Treatment Facilities for the Metropolitan W...

By: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Works, and Transportation. Subcommittee on Water Resources and Environment
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Conservation of Water

By: Walter Mcculloh
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The Flow of Water; A New Theory of the Motion of Water under Press...

By: Louis Schmeer
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Behavioral Toxicity of Trihalomethane Contaminants of Drinking Wat...

By: Robert L. Balster

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Trihalomethanes are present in finished drinking water in relatively large amounts due to their formation during water disinfection by chlorination (13). As part of a larger project to assess the toxicity of drinking water contaminants in mice, a number of studies of the behavioral effects of four trihalomethanes were conducted. This paper describes our early approach to behavioral toxicity testing and reviews the results.

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European Occupational Health Series : Year 1993; Prevention in Pri...

By: World Health Organization

Medical Reference Publication

Fulloving the opening remarks, Dr John Kigondu (Kenya) was elected ,as C11airien.1. It was decided t h a t the Kapporteur would rotate daily on a country b a s i s .

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Agenda Water Week 2003

By: Jamal Amal Saghir

Economics

Agenda Water Week 2003...

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Water

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: These concerns have gained further prominence and momentum due to other recent and significant developments, notably, the preparation of the World Water Vision launched at the World Water Forum held in The Hague in March 2000, which is in the nature of a policy statement; the Ministerial Declaration on Water Security in the 21st Century adopted by the parallel Ministerial Conference held in The Hague; and, most recently, the Ministerial Declaration adopted by wa...

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Session Teisho

By: John Tarrant, Roshi

BuddhaNet: Buddhist Information and Education Network document.

Excerpt: Today I'm going to read an old story, a case, from the Blue Cliff Record. This is Case No. 2. The case comes with an Introduction and before it by a teacher called Wang-wu.

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Water Quality Concerns in Drainage Water Management

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: There are several factors to consider when determining the opportunities for and constraints on the safe use, treatment and disposal of agricultural drainage water. Information and data desired at the site of drainage water production include: rate of drainage water production per unit area, chemical concentration of constituents of concern, and the rates of mass emission. Drainage water management requires additional information and data on drainage water quali...

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