Metals and Related Substances in Drinking Water
Part of Metals and Related Substances in Drinking Water Set - buy all five books together to save over 30%! Metals and Related Substances in Drinking Water comprises the proceedings of COST Action 637 – METEAU, held in Kristianstad, Sweden, October 13-15, 2010 This book collates the understanding of the various factors which control metals and related substances in drinking water with an aim to minimize environmental impacts. Metals and Related Substances in Drinking Water: Provides an overview of knowledge on metals and related substances in drinking water. Promotes good practice in controlling metals and related substances in drinking water. Helps to determining the environmental and socio‐economic impacts of control measures through public participation Introduces the importance of mineral balance in drinking water especially when choosing treatment methods Shares practitioner experience. The proceedings of this international conference contain many state-of-the-art presentations by leading researchers from across the world. They are of interest to water sector practitioners, regulators, researchers and engineers. Contents Risk management and risk assessment; How water safety plans can help to address risks from metals in drinking water, QC/QA Scheme applied to monitoring of metal concentrations in water intended for human consumption sampled from the area of Warsaw performed by ICP-MS and ICP- OES techniques, Drinking water quality in the city of Belgrade and health risks from domestic use of filters with reverse osmosis, Consumer concerns about drinking water in an area with high levels of naturally occurring arsenic in groundwater, and the implications for managing health risks, Health and aesthetic issues; Discolouration in water supply, the role of metals, Metals and related substances in drinking water - from source to the tap. Krakow tap survey 2010, Relation between arsenic in drinking water and carcinoma of urinary bladder, Data from Municipality of Zrenjanin, Blood pressure and drinking water magnesium levels in some Serbian Municipalities, Tap water quality regarding metal concentration in Timisoara City, The need for an integrated approach to controlling metal and metalloid contamination of drinking water, Uranium in Drinking Water, Arsenic in drinking water and non-insulin-dependent diabetes in Zrenjanin municipality, Serbia, Does water softening improve eczema in children?, Preliminary assessment of metal concentrations in drinking water in the city of Szczecin (Poland): human health aspects, Mineral Balance in drinking water: Influence of mineral composition of drinking water on the acid-base balance of human body, Magnesium and calcium in drinking water and mortality due to cardiovascular disease in the Netherlands, Mineral balance and quality standards for desalinated water: the Israeli experience, Mineral balance in water before and after treatment, Evaluation of the monitoring activity performed for two Romanian companies which produce and supply drinking water, Drinking Water Quality Monitoring Systems in Poland, Treatment processes: Arsenic removal by traditional and innovative membrane technologies, Treatment of arsenic containing drinking waters by electrochemical oxidation and reverse osmosis, The effect of fluidised bed softening on metal content in drinking water, Arsenic removal with chemical precipitation in drinking water treatment plants in Italy, Assessment of trace metal concentrations in the different processes at water treatment plants of EPAL, Arsenic removal by energy-efficient small-scale reverse osmosis units, Arsenic oxidation treatment by H2O2 and UV radiation, Brown lakes - causes, effects and remedial measures, Applied technologies and possibilities of modernization of groundwater treatment plants in Poland, Heavy metals (Pb, Cr) removal from aqueous solution by modified clinoptilolite, Water cleaning from toxic elements using phytofiltration with Elodea Canadensis, Selectively facilitated transport of Zn(II) through a novel polymer inclusion membrane containing Cyanex 272 as a carrier reagent, Peculiarities of Fe(III) sorption from drinking water onto Chitosan, Iron based nanomaterials for reductive remediation of pollutants, Removal of lead and chromium(III) by zeolites synthesized from fly ash, Sorption of manganese in the presence of phtalic acid on selected activated carbons, Metal materials, testing and metal leaching: Harmonization of national requirements for metallic materials in contact with drinking water-4MS approach, Short period survey of heavy metal concentrations in tap water before and after rehabilitation and modernization of water and sewerage services in BAIA Mare Town, Differences in metal concentrations in water intended for human consumption in the pipe network of the city of Poznan (Poland) in the light of two sampling methods, Galvanic impacts of partial lead service line replacement on lead leaching into drinking water, Metal and organic release from construction products in contact with drinking water disinfected with Sodium Hypochlorite, Dezincification of brass fittings - effects of metal solvency control measures, Concentration of heavy metals on surface of filter materials and in backwash water, The influence of dissolved natural organic matter on the stability of arsenic species in groundwater, Quality control of Arsenic determination in drinking water with ICP-MS: Krakow tap survey 2010, High fluoride concentrations in surface water – example from a catchment in SE Sweden, Leaching of Nickel and the other elements from kettle by domestic using, Monitoring of metals concentrations in water intended for human consumption sampled from the area of Warsaw performed by ICP-MS and ICP-OES techniques, Short period survey of metals and related substances in Racibórz town tap water, Poland, Source waters: Geogenic arsenic in groundwaters and soils - re-evaluating exposure routes & risk assessment, Arsenic distribution in surface and groundwater in the Central Bolivian Highland, Genesis of Arsenic enriched groundwater and relationship with bedrock geology in northern Sweden, Nickel in groundwater - A case study from northern Sweden, Release and fixation of arsenic in spring waters from Switzerland, Heavy metal pollution of surface water sources of Konya Basin, Geochemical processes for the release of arsenic into the groundwater of Brahmaputra Floodplains in Assam, India, Sustainable Arsenic Mitigation (SASMIT): An approach for developing a color based tool for targeting arsenic-safe aquifers for drinking water supply, Bottled water: The elemental composition and taste of bottled water, Elucidating the parameters involved with antimony and phthalates co-leaching in bottled water, Element composition of mineral waters and different beverages, Mineral balance in bottled waters.
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