This publication provides the scientific fundamentals for understanding chemical, physical and biological processes that are used in drinking water treatment, such as filtration, coagulation, softening, deironing, demanganization and others. Written in a compact and easily accessible form, the book is focused on the objectives, the theoretical basics and the practical implementation of the treatment processes.
Gives an overview of quality specifications and requirements for drinking water.
Eplains how to remove unwanted substances from raw water.
Excellent for stundents in environment- and water-related courses.
Eckhard Worch, Dresden University of Technology, Dresden, Germany.