DICTIONARY OF WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT
|Author(s)||Paul G. Smith, John G. Scott|
|D O W N L O A D|
Here is the second, revised and updated, release of the waste and water management dictionary - the volume has been expanded by about ten per cent in comparison with the first edition, and includes more than a thousand revised or completely new entries.
This volume provides readers with much more comprehensive coverage of terminology relating to the storm water and flood management; the latest EU Directives in the environmental field have also been incorporated in this release of the dictionary and it now includes a number of extra entries concerning detection of the leaks, sewer and pipeline rehabilitation.
The readers treat this dictionary as the important and timely one, recommended to all libraries supporting various waste and water management programs and other environment-related studies as well as hydrology. It is a good and very comprehensive reference covering waste and water treatment and management. This latest edition of the dictionary includes more than seven thousand entries and takes into consideration the most recent developments of the water/waste management and associated terminology.
This all makes the book a very handy reference source for the engineers, contractors and other professionals involved in the industry. The United States and British standards and legislation are referenced in the book.
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