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Water Reuse Issues, Technologies, and Applications

Publisher: McGraw Hill
Water Reuse
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This textbook presents an integrated approach to all aspects of water reuse - from public health protection to water quality criteria and regulations to advanced technology and implementation issues.

Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
Foreword

Part 1: Water Reuse: An Introduction
Chapter 1: Water Issues: Current Status and the Role of Water Reclamation and Reuse
Chapter 2: Water Reuse: Past and Current Practices

Part 2: Health and Environmental Concerns in Water Reuse
Chapter 3: Characteristics of Municipal Wastewater and Related Health and Environmental Issues
Chapter 4: Water Reuse Regulations and Guidelines
Chapter 5: Health Risk Analysis in Water Reuse Applications

Part 3: Technologies and Systems for Water Reclamation and Reuse
Chapter 6: Water Reuse Technologies and Treatment Systems: An Overview
Chapter 7: Removal of Constituents by Secondary Treatment
Chapter 8: Removal of Residual Particulate Matter
Chapter 9: Removal of Dissolved Constituents with Membranes
Chapter 10: Removal of Residual Trace Constituents
Chapter 11: Disinfection Processes for Water Reuse Applications
Chapter 12: Satellite Treatment Systems for Water Reuse Applications
Chapter 13: Onsite and Decentralized Systems for Water Reuse
Chapter 14: Distribution and Storage of Reclaimed Water
Chapter 15: Dual Plumbing Systems

Part 4: Water Reuse Applications
Chapter 16: Water Reuse Applications: An Overview
Chapter 17: Agricultural Uses of Reclaimed Water
Chapter 18: Landscape Irrigation with Reclaimed Water
Chapter 19: Industrial Uses of Reclaimed Water
Chapter 20: Urban Nonirrigation Water Reuse Applications
Chapter 21: Environmental and Recreational Uses of Reclaimed Water
Chapter 22: Groundwater Recharge with Reclaimed Water
Chapter 23: Indirect Potable Reuse through Surface Water Augmentation
Chapter 24: Direct Potable Reuse of Reclaimed Water

Part 5: Implementing Water Reuse
Chapter 25: Planning for Water Reclamation and Reuse
Chapter 26: Public Participation and Implementation Issues

APPENDIX A: CONVERSION FACTORS
APPENDIX B: PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF SELECTED GASES AND THE COMPOSITION OF AIR
APPENDIX C: PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF WATER
APPENDIX D: STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF DATA
APPENDIX E: REVIEW OF WATER RECLAMATION ACTIVITIES IN THE UNITED STATES AND IN SELECTED COUNTRIES
APPENDIX F: EVOLUTION OF NONPOTABLE REUSE CRITERIA AND GROUNDWATER RECHARGE REGULATIONS IN CALIFORNIA
APPENDIX G: VALUES OF THE HANTUSH FUNCTION F
APPENDIX H: INTEREST FACTORS AND THEIR USE
NAME INDEX
SUBJECT INDEX

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