Intended for undergraduate or graduate level students, this text is considered "the source" in the field of wastewater engineering. Known for its clear writing, good organization, and understandable presentation of theory and current practice, the key to the book is its balanced coverage. It leads students to develop an overall perspective on wastewater engineering and enables them to apply the principles and practices covered to the solution of collection, treatment, and disposal problems. New to this edition: expanded coverage of all topics, with particular attention to sludge management;a new chapter on individual and small wastewater treatment systems;a new chapter on the management of wastewater from combined sewers;90 worked examples, nearly 300 discussion topics and problems.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill, 1991. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110070416907