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The classic guide to controlling industrial water pollution has been updated with the latest regulations and new technologies.
Chapter 1. Source and Characteristics of Industrial Wastewaters Chapter 2. Wastewater Treatment Processes Chapter 3. Pre- and Primary Treatment Chapter 4. Coagulation, Precipitation and Metals Removal Chapter 5. Aeration and Mass Transfer Chapter 6. Principles of Aerobic Biological Oxidation Chapter 7. Biological Wastewater Treatment Processes Chapter 8. Adsorption Chapter 9. Ion Exchange Chapter 10. Chemical Oxidation Chapter 11. Sludge Handling and Disposal Chapter 12. Miscellaneous Treatment Processes Chapter 13. Pollution Sources and Control of Residuals from Exploration and Production of Oil and Natural Gas Chapter 14. Chlorinated Compounds, VOCs, and Odor Control Chapter 15. Waste Minimization and Water Reuse Chapter 16. Allocation of Superfund Disposal Site Response Costs Chapter 17. Industrial Pretreatment Chapter 18. Environmental Economics Index
W.Wesley Eckenfelder, Jr., Ph.D., P.E., provides technical direction and management of wastewater projects at AquAeTer. Davis L. Ford, Ph.D., P.E., (Austin, TX) is president of Davis L. Ford Associates, an environmental consulting firm. Andrew J. Englande, Jr., Ph.D., P.E., is a professor in the Department of Environmental Health Sciences at the Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.