Best Practice Guide on Metals Removal From Drinking Water By Treatment
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- May 2012
This Best Practice Guide on Metals Removal from Drinking Water describes drinking water standards and regulations, and explains the impact of a range of water treatment processes on metal levels in drinking water. Its objectives are to provide a basis for assessing the extent of problems and to identify appropriate water treatment options. The Guide provides a reasoned guide to selection of key water treatment processes. Each chapter focuses on a specific water treatment process and has been written by experts in that particular process.
Best Practice Guide on Metals Removal from Drinking Water provides practice-based knowledge for water engineers and scientists in large and small water utilities, regulatory agencies, health agencies and local municipalities (from cities through to small rural communities). It also supports university level teaching in degree schemes that relate to water management.
This Guide is one of a series produced by the International Water Association’s Specialist Group on Metals and Related Substances in Drinking Water. The series is an up-to-date compilation of a range of scientific, engineering, regulatory and operational issues concerned with the control and removal of metals from drinking water.
Table of Contents
Drinking Water Quality Standards and Regulations; Guide To Selection of Water Treatment Processes; Oxidation for Metal Removal; Coagulation, Flocculation and Chemical Precipitation; Sedimentation and Flotation; Removal of Metals From Drinking Water by Filtration; Electrochemical Treatment Methods; Adsorption Processes; Membrane Processes; Hybrid Processes