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Environmental Engineering - Concordia University Libraries Recent Acquisitions

Titles in the call number range TD (Environmental Engineering) that were added to the Concordia University Libraries collection in the last 60 days.


  • M58--internal corrosion control in water distribution systems / by Richard E. Giani
    TD 491 G49 2017eb

  • Water resources planning / by Lara Kammereck
    TD 345 K268 2016

  • Quarter-turn valves : head loss, torque, and cavitation analysis / by B.E. Bosserman and John R. Holstrom
    TD 491 B67 2017

  • Solar energy desalination technology / Hongfei Zheng
    TD479

    Solar Energy Desalination Technology explains how to obtain clean water from sea water using solar energy. Special methods and types used in solar desalination are introduced, providing new thoughts, concepts, and feasible solutions in the desalination field, along with the thermal and economic efficiency relating to current technology.

    Many places in the world are suffering from fresh water shortage. However, those places are often rich with solar resources, sea water, and/or brackish water resources that could dramatically benefit from solar energy as a viable solution for the production of fresh water.

    Explains the principles of solar thermal energy usage to produce clean water from sea water Introduces and explains new kinds of solar desalination systems, including their technical level and working principle Provides fundamental knowledge on water treatment and solar collection

  • Green technologies for sustainable water management / edited by Huu Hao Ngo [and 3 others] ; sponsored by the Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Engineering Committee of the Environmental Council of the Environmental and Water Resources Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers
    TD 365 G74 2016

    Sponsored by the Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Engineering Committee of the Environmental Council of the Environmental and Water Resources Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers

    Green Technologies for Sustainable Water Management describes science-based principles and technological advances behind green technologies that can be effective solutions to pressing environmental problems. Today's challenge for sustainable water management is to develop environmentally friendly, economically viable, and energy-efficient processes for treating and preserving the world's limited water resources. Successful approaches will provide a high removal-efficiency of pollutants and nutrient recovery while also reducing the carbon footprint, minimizing waste, and protecting human health and the environment.

    Following an overview of water as a valuable resource, this 28-chapter book provides in-depth information on current various green technologies associated with sustainable water and wastewater management. It considers various aspects of pollution prevention, control, remediation, and restoration. The applications of these technologies toward a sustainable society are considered, and needs for future research and development are identified.

    Researchers, students, scientists, engineers, government officials, and process managers will find this book an excellent source of comprehensive, state-of-the-art material on green technologies for sustainable water management.


  • Air valves : air-release, air/vacuum, and combination
    TD491

  • Water fluoridation principles and practices / by Ari Copeland
    TD 467 C66 2016

  • Private property infiltration and inflow control : WEF special publication
    TD662

  • Wet weather design and operation in water resource recovery facilities : a special publication
    TD 746 W4 2014

  • Guide for municipal wet weather strategies
    TD 746 G835 2013

  • Green infrastructure implementation : a special publication
    TD 159.3 G74 2014eb

  • Natural systems for wastewater treatment / prepared by Natural Systems for Wastewater Treatment Task Force of the Water Environment Federation
    TD 745 N345 2010eb

  • Water audits and loss control programs / by George A. Kunkel, Jr
    TD 499 W38 2016eb

  • Aquifer storage and recovery / Frederick Bloetscher
    TD 404.5 B55 2015eb

  • Constructive engineering of large reverse osmosis desalination plants / by Pedro Maria Gonzalez Olabarria
    TD 479.4 G66 2015eb

    1. REVERSE OSMOSIS BASIC CONCEPTS - 2. FEED WATER TYPE AND ANALYSIS - 3. RAW WATER REQUIREMENTS - 4. SEA WATER INTAKE - 5. SEA WATER DOSING SYSTEMS - 6. REVERSE OSMOSIS PRETREATMENT CONVENTIONAL PRETREATMENT - 7. REVERSE OSMOSIS PRETREATMENT MICROFILTRATION and ULTRAFILTRATION - 8. MATERIALS - 9. REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANES - 10. PRESSURE VESSELS AND RACKS - 11. REVERSE OSMOSIS PUMPS - 12. RECOVERY SYSTEMS - 13. REVERSE OSMOSIS RACKS CONTROL - 14. REVERSE OSMOSIS RACKS EQUIPMENT - 15. RACKS CLEANING SYSTEM and FLUSHING - 16. TREATED WATER CONDITIONING - 17. TREATED WATER DEPOSIT AND PUMPING - 18. NEUTRALIZATION, EFFLUENTS TREATMENT AND BRINE DISCHARGE - 19. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT - 20. CONTROL SYSTEMS - 21. VARIOUS EQUIPMENT - 22. COST EVALUATION OF DESALINATION PLANTS -


  • Forward osmosis : fundamentals and applications / edited by Ho Kyong Shon, Sherub Phuntsho, Tian C. Zhang, Rao Y. Surampalli ; sponsored by the Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Engineering Committee of the Environmental Council of the Environmental and Water Resources Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers
    TD 442.5 F67 2015c Online only

  • Low impact development technology : design methods and case studies / sponsored by Low Impact Development Committee of the Urban Water Resources Research Council of the Environmental and Water Resources Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers ; edited by Michael L. Clar, P.E., D. WRE, Robert G. Traver, P.E., D. WRE, Shirley E. Clark, P.E., D. WRE, Shannon Lucas, Keith Lichten, P.E. Michael A. Ports, P.E., D. WRE, Aaron Poretsky
    TD 657 L69 2015b

  • Low impact development technology : implementation and economics / sponsored by Low Impact Development Committee of the Urban Water Resources Research Council of the Environmental and Water Resources Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers ; edited by Michael L. Clar, P.E., D. WRE, Robert G. Traver, P.E., D. WRE, Shirley E. Clark, P.E., D. WRE, Shannon Lucas, Keith Lichten, P.E., Michael A. Ports, P.E., D. WRE, Aaron Poretsky
    TD 657 L69 2015

  • Simplified procedures for water examination / American Water Works Association
    TD 380 A447 2014eb

  • Water management and water loss / Stuart Hamilton and Ronnie McKenzie
    TD 495 H36 2014eb
    Water Management and Water Loss contains a selection of papers and articles written by various internationally recognised specialists in the field of water loss reduction. The articles have been drawn together from IWA conferences during the past 5 years and provide details of how water losses from Municipal distribution systems can be reduced.
    The book provides useful background information and reference materials to help explain the different approaches and interventions that are used to reduce water losses. Numerous real case studies are provided that highlight the processes and methodologies employed around the world to reduce water losses. Water Management and Water Loss covers many aspects of water loss control including, pressure management, leak detection and repair, Internal plumbing losses and retrofitting, community involvement and education/awareness, schools education and leak repair projects.
    Authors: Stuart Hamilton, Hydrotec Ltd.,Thorpe Underwood, Northants, UK and Ronnie McKenzie, Groenkloof, Pretoria, South Africa

  • Sizing water service lines and meters / American Water Works Association
    TD 499 A447 2014eb

  • Safety management for utilities
    TD 358 S34 2014

  • Rehabilitation of water mains
    TD 491 R395 2014
    Provides guidance on selecting the best water-main rehabilitation techniques for a water distribution system. Step-by-step guidance, including costing, is included for cleaning, lining, and replacement. Replaces 9781583210260.

  • Water reclamation and sustainability / edited by Satinder Ahuja
    TD 429 A415 2014eb

    Many hydrological, geochemical, and biological processes associated with water reclamation and reuse are poorly understood. In particular, the occurrence and effects of trace organic and inorganic contaminants commonly found in reclaimed water necessitates careful analysis and treatment prior to safe reuse. Water Reclamation and Sustainability is a practical guide to the latest water reclamation, recycling, and reuse theory and practice. From water quality criteria and regulations to advanced techniques and implementation issues, this book offers scientists a toolkit for developing safe and successful reuse strategies. With a focus on specific contaminant removal techniques, this book comprehensively covers the full range of potential inorganic/organic contaminating compounds and highlights proven remediation methods. Socioeconomic implications related to current and future water shortages are also addressed, underscoring the many positive benefits of sustainable water resource management.

    Offers pragmatic solutions to global water shortages Provides an overview of the latest analytical techniques for water monitoring Reviews current remediation efforts Covers innovative technologies for green, gray, brown and black water reclamation and reuse

  • Basic water treatment / Chris Binnie ; Martin Kimber
    TD430

  • Groundwater / American Water Works Association ; Melissa Valentine, project manager/senior technical editor ; Molly Beach, senior manuals specialist ; Cheryl Armstrong, senior production editor
    TD 403 A447 2014eb
    This manual provides operators, engineers, and other professionals with a basic understanding of groundwater that will help them make decisions on water-well design and operation.The manual covers geology, groundwater movement, groundwater quality, regulatory issues, water-well types and construction, pumps, water treatment, water-well problems, and groundwater recharge and storage.

  • Water reuse : an international survey of current practice, issues and needs / edited by Blanca Jiménez and Takashi Asano
    TD 429 W38513 2008eb
    Water Reuse: An International Survey of current practice, issues and needs examines water reuse practices around the world from different perspectives. The objective is to show how differently wastewater reuse is conceived and practised around the world as well as to present the varied needs and possibilities for reusing wastewater. In the first section water reuse practices around the world are described for regions having common water availability, reuse needs and social aspects.
    The second section refers to the "stakeholders" point of view. Each reuse purpose demands different water quality, not only to protect health and the environment but also to fulfil the requirements of the specific reuse. Reuses considered are agricultural, urban agriculture as a special case of the former, municipal and industrial. Alongside these uses, the indirect reuse for human consumption through aquifer recharge is also discussed. The third section deals with emerging and controversial topics. Ethical and economical dilemmas in the field are presented as a subject not frequently addressed in this field. The role of governments in respect of public policy in reuse is discussed as well as the different international criteria and standards for reusing wastewater. The importance of public acceptance and the way to properly handle it is also considered.
    The fourth section of the book presents contrasting case studies; typical situations in the developed world (Japan and Germany) are compared to those in developing countries (Pakistan and Brazil) for agricultural and industrial reuse. Indirect planned reuse for human consumption (Germany) is compared with an unplanned one (Mexico). The Windhoek, Namibia case study is presented to emphasize why if the direct reuse of wastewater for human consumption has been performed with success for more than 35 years it is still the only example of this type around the world. To illustrate the difficulties of having a common framework for regulating water reuse in several countries, the Mediterranean situation is described. Other case studies presented refer to the reuse situation in Israel, Spain, Cameroon, Nepal and Vietnam, these latter countries being located in water rich areas.
    This book will be an invaluable information source for all those concerned with water reuse including water utility managers, wastewater policy makers and water resources planners as well as researchers and students in environmental engineering, water resources planning and sanitary engineering.
    Scientific and Technical Report No. 20

  • Pollution : Causes, Effects and Control
    TD174

  • Milestones in water reuse : the best success stories / Valentina Lazarova ... [and 3 others]
    TD 429 M55 2013
    Milestones in Water Reuse: The Best Success Stories illustrates the benefits of water reuse in integrated water resources management and its role for water cycle management, climate change adaptation and water in the cities of the future. Selected case studies are used to illustrate the different types of water reuse, i.e. agricultural irrigation, golf course and landscape irrigation, urban and industrial uses, environmental enhancement, as well as indirect and direct potable reuse. The various aspects related to water reuse are covered, including treatment technologies, water quality, economics, public acceptance, benefits, keys for success and main constraints. These international case studies highlight the best practices for the implementation of water reuse and provide the perspective for the integration of water recycling projects in the future, both for megacities and rural areas.
    Milestones in Water Reuse: The Best Success Stories demonstrates that planned water reuse is a cost competitive and energy-saving option to increase water availability and reliability. This book provides policy makers and regulators with a good understanding of water reuse and helps them to consider recycled water as safe and how it can be used. It is intended to be read by all people in the water sector and shows how water reuse is safe, economically viable, environmentally friendly and can provide high social benefits.
    Editors: Valentina Lazarova, Suez Environnement, France Takashi Asano, University of California at Davis, USA Akica Bahri, African Development Bank, Tunisia John Anderson, Afton Water, Australia

  • CO₂ capture : technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions / Fabrice Lecomte, Paul Broutin, Étienne Lebas ; preface by Olivier Appert ; translated from the French by Trevor Jones
    TD 885.5 C3L4313 2010eb

  • Water reclamation technologies for safe managed aquifer recharge / edited by Christian Kazner, Thomas Wintgens, Peter Dillon
    TD 429 W367 2012eb
    Part of Groundwater Set - Buy all six books and save over 30% on buying separately!
    Water Reclamation Technologies for Safe Managed Aquifer Recharge has been developed from the RECLAIM WATER project supported by the European Commission under Thematic Priority 'Global Change and Ecosystems' of the Sixth Framework Programme. Its strategic objective is to develop hazard mitigation technologies for water reclamation providing safe and cost effective routes for managed aquifer recharge.
    Different treatment applications in terms of behaviour of key microbial and chemical contaminants are assessed. Engineered as well as natural treatment trains are investigated to provide guidance for sustainable MAR schemes using alternative sources such as effluent and stormwater. The technologies considered are also well suited to the needs of developing countries, which have a growing need of supplementation of freshwater resources. A broad range of international full-scale case studies enables insights into long-term system behaviour, operational aspects, and fate of a comprehensive number of compounds and contaminants, especially organic micropollutants and bulk organics.
    Water Reclamation Technologies for Safe Managed Aquifer Recharge depicts advances in water reclamation technologies and aims to provide new process combinations to treat alternative water sources to appropriate water quality levels for sustainable aquifer recharge.
    Editors: Christian Kazner, RWTH Aachen University, Germany, Thomas Wintgens, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland, Peter Dillon, CSIRO, Australia

  • Internal corrosion control of water supply systems : code of practice / edited by Colin Hayes
    TD430
    Part of Metals and Related Substances in Drinking Water Set - buy all five books together to save over 30%!
    This Code of Practice is concerned with metal pick-up by drinking water within the water supply chain, particularly from water mains and from domestic and institutional pipe-work systems. The principal metals of interest are copper, iron, and lead, and to a lesser extent nickel and zinc. The emphasis is on cold drinking water at its point of use by consumers. Metals arising from water sources and hot water systems are not considered.
    The intention is that this Code of Practice establishes an international standard for the control of internal corrosion of water supply systems. It provides a basis for identifying both problems and sustainable solutions in a manner which is sound scientifically and will help operators to achieve due diligence. It provides a template for improving internal corrosion control in countries, cities or towns where this has been neglected or poorly implemented. Internal Corrosion Control of Water Supply Systems is deliberately brief in its presentation of a wide array of complex information, in order to provide direction to practitioners that can be more easily related to their specific circumstances. The book also provides a series of check-lists and criteria to be used in risk assessment.
    Editor: Dr Colin R Hayes, University of Swansea, UK, Chair of IWA Specialist Group on Metals and Related Substances in Drinking Water.

  • Computer modeling of water distribution systems by Laredo Robinson, Jerry A. Edwards, Lindle D. Willnow
    TD 491 A49 no. M32 2005eb TD481

  • Butterfly valves : torque, head loss, and cavitation analysis / Bayard E. Bosserman, Amzad Ali, Irving M. Schuraytz
    TD 491 B67 2012eb

  • Water meters : selection, installation, testing, and maintenance
    TD 499 W383 2012eb

  • MWH's water treatment : principles and design
    TD 430 W375 2012e

    the definitive guide to the theory and practice of water treatment engineering

    T HIS NEWLY REVISED EDITION of the classic reference provides complete, up-to-date coverage of both theory and practice of water treatment system design. The Third Edition brings the field up to date, addressing new regulatory requirements, ongoing environmental concerns, and the emergence of pharmacological agents and other new chemical constituents in water.

    Written by some of the foremost experts in the field of public water supply, Water Treatment, Third Edition maintains the book's broad scope and reach, while reorganizing the material for even greater clarity and readability. Topics span from the fundamentals of water chemistry and microbiology to the latest methods for detecting constituents in water, leading-edge technologies for implementing water treatment processes, and the increasingly important topic of managing residuals from water treatment plants. Along with hundreds of illustrations, photographs, and extensive tables listing chemical properties and design data, this volume:

    Introduces a number of new topics such as advanced oxidation and enhanced coagulation Discusses treatment strategies for removing pharmaceuticals and personal care products Examines advanced treatment technologies such as membrane filtration, reverse osmosis, and ozone addition Details reverse osmosis applications for brackish groundwater, wastewater, and other water sources Provides new case studies demonstrating the synthesis of full-scale treatment trains

    A must-have resource for engineers designing or operating water treatment plants, Water Treatment, Third Edition is also useful for students of civil, environmental, and water resources engineering.


  • The water dictionary : a comprehensive reference of water terminology / Nancy E. McTigue, editor ; James M. Symons, editor emeritus
    TD 208 D75 2010eb

  • Groundwater quantity and quality management / edited by Mustafa M. Aral, Stewart W. Taylor
    TD 403 G7257 2011eb

    Sponsored by the Groundwater Hydrology Technical Committee of the Groundwater Council of the Environmental and Water Resources Institute of ASCE.

    Groundwater Quantity and Quality Management presents the best of current thinking on managing groundwater resources, focusing on the interrelationship between quantity and quality. Groundwater is an essential resource, yet it is subject to overuse and contamination both in the United States and abroad. Effective management of groundwater is imperative to ensure continued access to clean, accessible, and plentiful water supplies. This volume presents state-of-the-art essays on modeling groundwater flow and solute transport for purposes of forecasting; developing groundwater resources with consideration of groundwater-surface water interaction and saltwater intrusion; and remediating groundwater resources by physical, chemical, and biological means.

    This report is of immediate relevance to environmental engineers, hydrogeologists, water resources managers and regulators, and municipal officials responsible for maintaining water supplies through the management of groundwater.


  • Treatment technologies for groundwater / Lee H. Odell
    TD 462 O34 2010eb

  • Drought preparedness and response
    TD 223 D76 2011eb
    Providing a reliable supply of water requires being prepared for water shortages of varying degree and duration. What can a municipal water supplier do to mitigate water shortages caused by drought? Preparing for drought and water shortages before they occur is the best defense. Manual M60 will help water managers facing water shortages by illustrating how to employ tried-and-true strategies and tactics of drought mitigation, as well as new tools and methods. Managing water shortages involves temporarily reducing demand and finding alternate water to temporarily increase supply. There are options available to water managers to accomplish this. The manual provides a proven, seven-step process to anticipate and respond to water shortages through a structured planning process.

  • Environmental biotechnology / Bimal C. Bhattacharyya, Rintu Banerjee
    TD 192.5 B43 2007eb

  • Desalination of seawater : AWWA manual M61 / [Greg Wetterau] [and others]
    TD 479.2 W48 2011eb

  • Manual of water well construction practices
    TD 407 M36 1998eb

  • Waste-to-energy : technologies and project implementation / Marc J. Rogoff and Francois Screve
    TD 794.2 R64 2011eb
    This book covers in detail programs and technologies for converting traditionally landfilled solid wastes into energy through waste-to-energy projects. Modern Waste-to-Energy plants are being built around the world to reduce the levels of solid waste going into landfill sites and contribute to renewable energy and carbon reduction targets. The latest technologies have also reduced the pollution levels seen from early waste incineration plants by over 99%. With case studies from around the world, Rogoff and Screve provide an insight into the different approaches taken to the planning and implementation of WTE.

    The second edition includes coverage of the latest technologies and practical engineering challenges as well as an exploration of the economic and regulatory context for the development of WTE.


  • Chemical analysis of industrial water / by James W. McCoy
    TD 380 M3 1969eb

  • Corrosion monitoring in nuclear systems : research and applications / edited by Stefan Ritter & Anders Molander
    TD 898 C67 2010eb

  • Quality of ground water : guidelines for selection and application of frequently used models / prepared by the Committee on Ground Water Quality of the Environmental Engineering Division of the American Society of Civil Engineers
    TD 426 A44 1996eb

    Prepared by the Task Committee on Contaminated Ground Water Modeling of the Committee on Ground Water Quality of the Environmental Engineering Division of ASCE.

    Quality of Ground Water assesses widely used models of contaminated ground water. Based on a survey of the professional community to determine which models are in frequent use, the models were classified according to a unified set of criteria. The Manual presents guidelines for the application of the models that include the capabilities and limitations of each model.


  • Advances in water and wastewater treatment technology : molecular technology, nutrient removal, sludge reduction and environmental health / edited by Tomonori Matsuo [and others]
    TD 475 A38 2001eb
    This book is the result of the international symposium, "Establishment and Evaluation of Advanced Water Treatment Technology Systems Using Functions of Complex Microbial Community", organized in 2000 at the University of Tokyo. The volume presents the most recent progress in application of microbial community analysis, health-related microorganisms management, nutrient removal, waste sludge minimization and materials recovery, and water management in tropical countries.



    Included in this work are the following major topics in wastewater treatment: application of various innovative techniques of molecular biology such as FISH, DGGE to microbial community analysis of various types of wastewater treatment; microbial aspect of biological removal of nitrogen and phosphorus; emission of nitrous oxide during nitrogen transformation; reduction of sludge production in the wastewater treatment process using membrane and material recovery of biopolymer and cell of photosynthetic bacteria.



    Health-related microbiology in water supply and water management using recent innovative molecular biological tools is presented and health risk management is discussed. The practical application of wastewater treatment in developing countries, especially tropical countries is also reviewed.



    Researchers in the field of environmental engineering and applied microbiology, and practical engineers who wish to learn the most recent progress in the microbiological aspect of water and wastewater management, will find this book a useful tool.


  • Sewers : rehabilitation and new construction : repair and renovation / edited by Geoffrey F. Read with Ian G. Vickridge
    TD 716 S48 1997eb
    This, the first of two volumes, gives a comprehensive treatment of the civil engineering work relating to sewers and emphasises the practical aspects of repair and renovation. A considerable amount of theoretical work already exists on this subject. However this book is unique in meeting the engineer's need for up-to-date information on the application of theory and incorporates some important recent developments in the field.

    The technical aspects of survey and access are dealt with in some detail and the book also provides fundamental data on hydraulics, structural assessment and the use of the Wallingford Storm Sewer Package.

  • Operational control of coagulation and filtration processes
    TD 455 O65 2011eb

  • Understanding water quality management : technology and applications / W. Wesley Eckenfelder, William Ney Hansard
    TD 365 E25 2004eb

  • Internal corrosion control in water distribution systems / [by Christopher P. Hill, Abigail F. Cantor]
    TD 491 H64 2011eb

  • Simplified procedures for water examination
    TD 380 S56 2002eb

  • Steel pipe : a guide for design and installation
    TD 491 S74 2004eb

  • Concrete pressure pipe
    TD 491 C66 2008eb

  • Fundamentals and control of nitrification in chloraminated drinking water distribution systems
    TD 491 A49 no. M56 TD427.N5
    M56 provides information on the occurrence and microbiology of nitrification in various water environments and offers current and practical approaches to nitrification prevention and response to a nitrification episode.

  • Reverse osmosis and nanofiltration
    TD 442.5 B47 2007eb

  • Water audits and loss control programs
    TD 499 W38 2009eb

  • PVC pipe-- design and installation
    TD 491 A44 2002eb

  • Air-release, air/vacuum, and combination air valves
    TD 491 A47 2001eb

  • The ultraviolet disinfection handbook / James R. Bolton, Christine A. Cotton
    TD 460 B65 2008eb

  • Water meters--selection, installation, testing, and maintenance
    TD 499 W38 1999eb

  • Problem organisms in water : identification and treatment
    TD 427 A68P76 2004eb

  • Butterfly valves : torque, head loss, and cavitation analysis
    TD 491 B88 2001eb

  • Siting, drilling, and construction of water supply wells / Frederick Bloetscher, Albert Muniz, John Largey
    TD 405 B56 2007eb

  • Instrumentation and control
    TD 485 I57 2001eb

  • Water conservation for small- and medium-sized utilities / Deborah Green
    TD 388 G729 2010eb

  • Flexible-membrane covers and linings for potable water reservoirs
    TD 395 F54 2000eb

  • Steel water-storage tanks
    TD 489 S74 1998eb

  • Electrodialysis and electrodialysis reversal
    TD 480.5 E44 1995eb

  • Water fluoridation principles and practices / [prepared by William C. Lauer]
    TD 467 L38 2004eb

  • Precoat filtration
    TD 446 P74 1995eb

  • Selecting disinfectants in a security-conscious environment
    TD 459 S45 2009eb

  • Source water protection : operational guide to AWWA standard G300 / by Chi Ho Sham [and others]
    TD 223 S685 2010eb

  • External corrosion : introduction to chemistry and control
    TD 491 A49 no. M27 2004eb

  • Recommended practice for backflow prevention and cross-connection control / American Water Works Association
    TD 491 A49 no. M14 2004eb

  • Security and emergency planning for water and wastewater utilities / Stanley States
    TD 487.5 S73 2010eb

  • Distribution valves : selection, installation, field testing, and maintenance
    TD 491 D576 2006eb

  • Ductile-iron pipe and fittings
    TD 491 D84 2009eb

  • Safety practices for water utilities
    TD 491 A49 no. M3 2002eb
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