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Milestones in Water Reuse: The Best Success Stories Paperback – Jan 1 2013


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Valentina Lazarova, Suez Environnement, France Takashi Asano, University of California at Davis, USA Akica Bahri, African Development Bank, Tunisia John Anderson, Afton Water, Australia

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Excellent Overview of the State-of-the-Art in Water Reuse March 15 2013
By Nikolay Voutchkov - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is the most comprehensive compendium ever published of technologies, best practices and lessons-learned in the field of water reuse. The book editors, Dr. Valentina Lazarova, Prof. Takashi Asano, Akica Bahri and John Anderson, who are foremost experts in the field of water reclamation and reuse, have assembled an all-star team of leading scientists, engineers, operators, managers, educators and other industry professionals which have created a superbly organized and easy-to-read overview of the key milestone projects that have provided invaluable contribution to the worldwide experience, breakthrough science, and wide acceptance of recycled water for potable and non-potable use.

The book contains detailed planning, engineering, operating and cost information for all areas of application of recycled water: from agricultural and horticultural irrigation; to industrial water supply; high-rise residential building water reuse; groundwater recharge for indirect potable reuse; environmental and recreational use or recycled water; and direct potable reuse. Dozens of photos, graphs and drawings fill each chapter to illustrate key steps in the planning and implementation of advanced water reuse schemes and technologies. Numerous helpful charts provide technical data and cost information in easy-to-use format which guides the reader through the complex set of factors, issues, considerations and decisions involved in the implementation of the most advanced water reuse projects implemented to date. The book is an essential must-have source of information for all professionals involved in the planning, engineering, implementation, environmental review and operation of water reuse projects. The book would also be very beneficial for scientists and educators in the field of water reuse and urban water planning.


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