Water Distribution System Monitoring: A Practical Approach for Evaluating Drinking Water Quality

Abigail F. Cantor

© 2018 - CRC Press
Published January 8, 2018
Reference - 168 Pages - 50 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781138064034 - CAT# K33373

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Features

  • Updated throughout to present the latest water quality monitoring approaches.
  • Describes an economical method for obtaining standardized and representative water samples
  • Demonstrates how both small and larege water systems can achieve the quality control and process improvement similar to the methods used in industry.
  • Aids in determining the causes of, and control for, lead and copper releases in drinking water systems.
  • Explains the optimal ways to interpret and utilize water quality data.

Summary

Updated throughout for this new edition, Water Distribution System Monitoring describes the latest water quality monitoring approaches, techniques, and equipment that will assist water utilities for compliance with the "Lead and Copper Rule" as well as address numerous other water quality issues. Water quality data are obtained using the approaches presented, and are taken under standardized conditions representative of the complex interactions between water and pipes. The monitoring techniques provides a straightforward, economical approach to routine water quality monitoring in water distribution systems.

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