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View Resource Water Tech Briefs: Valves

Valves direct, start, stop, mix, or regulate the flow, pressure, or temperature of a fluid. Many types of valves exist. This Tech Brief examines the most common types of valves, problems that may be...

http://www.nesc.wvu.edu/ndwc/pdf/OT/TB/OT_TB_Su02.pdf
View Resource Water Tech Briefs: Water Hammer

This phenomenon is the momentary increase in pressure that occurs in a water system when there is a sudden change of direction or velocity of the water. These pressure fluctuations can be severe...

http://www.nesc.wvu.edu/ndwc/pdf/OT/TB/TB_Wi03_Water_Hammer....
View Resource Drinking Water Treatment

Federal Facilities distribute drinking water to their personnel and visitors through a variety of mechanisms. This includes being connected to the local drinking water treatment plant, distributing...

http://www.fedcenter.gov/assistance/facilitytour/drinking/
View Resource Health-Based Screening Levels: A Tool for Evaluating What Water-Quality Data May Mean to Human Health

When contaminants are detected in water resources, it is important to describe what the occurrence of these contaminants may mean to human health. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) began an...

http://infotrek.er.usgs.gov/traverse/f?p=HBSL:HOME:0
View Resource Private Drinking Water Wells: What to Do After the Flood

Drilled, driven or bored wells are best disinfected by a well or pump contractor, because it is difficult for the private owner to thoroughly disinfect these wells. If you suspect that your well may...

http://www.epa.gov/safewater/privatewells/whatdo.html
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