Drinking Water Quality and Contaminants Guidebook

Drinking-Water Quality and Contaminants Guidebook 

Joseph Cotruvo

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Drinking water quality and composition are topics of continuing interest among drinking water providers and regulators, and the public is constantly barraged by the works of analytical chemists on the detection of chemicals and other contaminants at lower and lower levels of detection, which are now routinely at parts per trillion for many substances. These reports are headline articles, and the public frequently and mistakenly becomes less confident in the safety of their drinking water and reacts by utilizing bottled water and home treatment devices. The current average per capita bottled water consumption in the United States is about a half liter per day, and bottled beverages account for at least an equivalent amount. This situation is remarkable in developed countries such as the United States because, since the passage of the Safe Drinking Water

Content :
  • Chapter 1 Inorganic Chemicals in Drinking Water
  • Chapter 2 Organic Chemicals in Drinking Water
  • Chapter 3 Selected Microbial Contaminants
  • Chapter 4 Radioactivity in Drinking Water
  • Chapter 5 Disinfection and Chlorine Disinfectants
  • Chapter 6 Water Quality Parameters
  • Chapter 7 Special Topics

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