This single-source reference is your "go-to" resource for current information on water treatment and water quality Knowledge about water and wastewater treatment, pollution control, water quality, and related applications and equipment is increasing exponentially. New challenges bring new technologiesand terminologies. The acronyms alone can test your memory, not to mention the plethora of proprietary devices and technologies created by different companies. Processing Water, Wastewater, Residuals, and Excreta for Health and Environmental Protection: An Encyclopedic Dictionary consolidates concise definitions, equations, and formulas into one authoritative reference.
With logical, systematic organization and clear, concise explanations, it:* Defines more than 25,000 key terms related to water treatment, wastewater treatment, excreta disposal, residuals processing, and environmental health* Features 1,800 illustrations, including chemical reactions, formulas, figures, and tables* Updates you on current technologies and applications* Covers both proprietary and nonproprietary technologiesThis is the hands-on reference for professionals teaching, conducting research, or working in hydraulics, hydrology, water supply, wastewater disposal, stormwater management, environmental engineering, and civil engineering. It is also an excellent resource for students studying water resources and environmental engineering.
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Author Biography - Nicolas G. Adrien
Nicholas G. Adrien an independent consulting engineer in Florida. He has a civil engineering degree from the University of Haiti and two Master degrees, in environmental engineering and water resources, from Harvard University. He is a registered professional engineering and water resources, from Harvard University. He is a registered professional engineer, a certified environmental engineer, a Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers, and a Life Member of the American Water Works Association. He is listed in five Who's Who publications. For more than 40 years, he has provided engineering management and environmental planning services to well-known U.S. consulting firms, government agencies, and international organizations. He has authored or edited numerous technical reports. He recently published the predecessor volume of this book: Computational Hydraulics and Hydrology-An Illustrated Dictionary, published in 2004 by CRC Press LLC.