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View Resource History of Drinking Water Treatment

Ancient civilizations established themselves around water sources. While the importance of ample water quantity for drinking and other purposes was apparent to our ancestors, an understanding of...

http://esa21.kennesaw.edu/modules/water/drink-water-trt/drin...
View Resource Alternative Water Supplies and Treatments

Local incidents, such as spills and treatment problems, can lead to short-term needs for alternative water supplies or in-home water treatment. In isolated cases, individuals have needed to rely on...

http://www.excelwater.com/eng/b2c/about_11.php
View Resource Guidelines for Quality Assurance of Installed Fine-Pore Aeration Equipment

Library Holdings. This EWRI/ASCE Standard guideline provides several techniques and guidance for use in developing quality assurance requirements for specifying fine-pore aeration equipment....

http://www.techstreet.com/cgi-bin/detail?product_id=1148669
View Resource Treatment System Hydraulics

Library Holdings. Treatment System Hydraulics addresses the nuts-and-bolts of treatment systems, examining typical variables and describing methods for solving the problems faced by practitioners...

https://secure.asce.org/ASCEWebSite/BOOKSTORE/BookDescriptio...
View Resource Nonpoint Pollution for Municipal Officials (NEMO): Tools and Resources

Basic NEMO (Nonpoint source pollution Education for Municipal Officials) presentations, fact sheets, and soap box articles regarding the link between land use and water quality. NEMO has come to...

http://serc.carleton.edu/eet/envisioningclimatechange/index....
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