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         Drinking Water:     more books (100)
  1. Fluoride in Drinking Water: A Scientific Review of EPA's Standards by Committee on Fluoride in Drinking Water, National Research Council, 2006-12-22
  2. Drinking water detoxification (Pollution technology review No. 49)
  3. The influence of water-drinking with meals upon the digestion and utilization of proteins, fats and carbohydrates .. by Henry Albright Mattill, 2010-08-21
  4. Detection Methods for Algae, Protozoa and Helminths in Fresh and Drinking Water (Water Quality Measurements)
  5. Water: The Ultimate Cure : Discover Why Water Is the Most Important Ingredient in Your Diet and Find Out Which Water Is Right for You by Steve Meyerowitz, 2000-11
  6. Drinking Water: Contamination, Toxicity and Treatment
  7. Contaminated Water Supplies at Camp Lejeune: Assessing Potential Health Effects by Committee on Contaminated Drinking Water at Camp Lejeune, National Research Council, 2009-08-06
  8. Radon, Radium, and Uranium in Drinking Water by C. Richard Cothern, 1990-07-02
  9. Modeling Water Quality in Drinking Water Distribution Systems by Robert Maurice Clark, Walter M. Grayman, 1998-10
  10. Blue Planet Run: The Race to Provide Safe Drinking Water to the World
  11. Options for Leak and Break Detection and Repair of Drinking Water Systems by Keith A. Fields, Abraham S. C. Chen, et all 2000-06
  12. The Water Prescription: For Health, Vitality, and Rejuvenation by Christopher Vasey N.D., 2006-03-20
  13. SC-Guide/Safe Drinking Water by Scott Alan Lewis, 1996-05-07
  14. Guidelines for Drinking-Water Quality: Health Criteria & Other Supporting Information

21. Drinking Water And Backflow Prevention Magazine's Home Page
Monthly magazine. Subscription information and sample articles.Category Science Environment drinking water Backflow Prevention......drinking water plumbing backflow potable contamination crossconnectionpollution. drinking water Backflow Prevention magazine.
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22. NRDC: Arsenic In Drinking Water FAQ
Questions and answers about the health hazards posed by arsenic in drinkingwater supplies. Clean Water Oceans drinking water In Brief FAQ.
Drinking Water In Brief FAQ
Arsenic in Drinking Water

  • What are the possible health effects of arsenic in drinking water? Does it occur often? How can I find out whether my drinking water contains arsenic? How can I interpret the consequences of the level of arsenic in my drinking water? ... I drink bottled water do I have to worry about arsenic?

  • 1. What are the possible health effects of arsenic in drinking water?
    According to a 1999 study by the National Academy of Sciences, arsenic in drinking water causes bladder, lung and skin cancer, and may cause kidney and liver cancer. The study also found that arsenic harms the central and peripheral nervous systems, as well as heart and blood vessels, and causes serious skin problems. It also may cause birth defects and reproductive problems.
    2. Does it occur often?
    NRDC analyzed data compiled by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on arsenic in drinking water in 25 states. Our most conservative estimates based on the data indicate that more than 34 million Americans drink tap water supplied by systems containing average levels of arsenic that pose unacceptable cancer risks. We consider it likely that as many as 56 million people in those 25 states have been drinking water with arsenic at unsafe levels and that's just the 25 states that reported arsenic information to the EPA.
    3. How can I find out whether my drinking water contains arsenic?

    23. EPA Ground Water & Drinking Water > Current Drinking Water Standards
    Several tables showing drinking water standards as set by the US Environmental Protection Agency.

    Recent Additions
    Contact Us Print Version Search: EPA Home Water Current Drinking Water Standards Drinking Water and
    Health Basics
    Frequently Asked
    National Primary Drinking Water Regulations National Primary Drinking Water Regulations (NPDWRs or primary standards) are legally enforceable standards that apply to public water systems. Primary standards protect public health by limiting the levels of contaminants in drinking water. Vist the list of regulated contaminants with links for more details.
    National Secondary Drinking Water Regulations
    National Secondary Drinking Water Regulations (NSDWRs or secondary standards) are non-enforceable guidelines regulating contaminants that may cause cosmetic effects (such as skin or tooth discoloration) or aesthetic effects (such as taste, odor, or color) in drinking water. EPA recommends secondary standards to water systems but does not require systems to comply. However, states may choose to adopt them as enforceable standards.

    24. Accurate Labs
    An environmental laboratory primarily serving municipal and industrial clients in Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas. Provides analytical support for all projects involving waste water, drinking water, ground water, soil, and sludge.

    25. Division Of Drinking Water & Environmental Management
    What's New? Division of drinking water and Environmental Management. HealthWarnings! DDWEM's major components are drinking water Program (DWP).

    Division of Drinking Water and
    Environmental Management Chemical Contaminants in Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Reports Drinking Water Program Electronic Data Transfer ... Water System Security
    Last Updated: March 20, 2003 The Division of Drinking Water and Environmental Management promotes and maintains a physical, chemical, and biological environment that contributes positively to health, prevents illness, and assures protection of the public. DDWEM's major components are:
    • Drinking Water Program (DWP) . DWP regulates public water systems; oversees water recycling projects; permits water treatment devices; certifies drinking water treatment and distribution operators; and supports and promotes water system security Environmental Management Branch (EMB) . EMB regulates medical waste generators, shellfish production and harvesting operations, and recreational health (swimming pools and ocean beaches); provides sanitary surveillance of state institutions; oversees radiologic surveillance around federal facilities, the state's radon program, and low level radioactive waste disposal; and houses DHS' Nuclear Emergency Response Program. . SRL provides analytical support to the DDWEM's programs and DHS' Radiologic Health Branch, and, through interagency agreements, to other State agencies

    26. NRDC: Clean Water & Oceans
    Provides information on water issues including oceans, pollution, drinking water, everglades, conservation and restoration.
    Whether it's the stream that meanders through town, the lake where we fish and swim, the majestic ocean beaches that inspire our awe of nature, or simply the glass of water we drink, clean water is essential to our well-being. NRDC fights to safeguard drinking water, to protect, preserve and restore our rivers, streams, lakes, wetlands and coastal waters, and to promote conservation and better water management in the arid western states.
    Clean Water at Risk
    Does the Bush administration care about clean water?
    White House moves to lift wetlands, streams protections
    Clean Water Laws Under Fire: Report TV ad Act now!
    Wetlands at Risk: Imperiled Treasures
    America's wetlands, which provide critical wildlife habitat and reduce pollution and flooding, are drained, filled and polluted at an alarming rate. This July 2002 report from NRDC and the National Wildlife Federation looks at the potentially damaging consequences of a January 2001 Supreme Court decision regarding "isolated wetlands" and illustrates the vital role these areas play in ecosystems across the United States.
    Press Release
    Full Report
    Keeping Oceans Wild
    Marine reserves are like national parks, and they are critical to keeping the world's oceans healthy and productive. Placing important ocean areas off-limits is already reaping tremendous benefits; each of us can participate in protecting marine life and habitat for the future.

    27. Perchlorate In Drinking Water:  Regulations And Monitoring Updates
    Perchlorate in California drinking water Status of Regulations and MonitoringResults. Health Warnings! drinking water Vulnerability to Perchlorate.
    Perchlorate in California Drinking Water:
    Status of Regulations and Monitoring Results Last Update: March 14, 2003 Monitoring Update Drinking Water Vulnerability
    MCL Update
    PHG Update ... MCL Update Until an MCL is in place, DHS uses a 4-microgram per liter (µg/L) advisory action level to protect consumers from perchlorate's adverse health effects. Monitoring Update Click here for the monitoring update Drinking Water Vulnerability to Perchlorate California's early findings (1997) showed perchlorate to be a drinking water contaminant. Since then, 20 states have confirmed perchlorate releases in ground or surface water. Disposal of large volumes of perchlorate has occurred since the 1950s (US EPA, 2002). Recognizing facilities, processes or products that use or contain perchlorate can be helpful in identifying activities that may affect drinking water supplies. According to US EPA (2002), perchlorate (an oxidizing anion that originates from the dissolution of ammonium, potassium, magnesium, or sodium salts) is exceedingly mobile in aqueous systems, persisting for many decades under conditions typical for ground and surface water. Ammonium perchlorate is the primary ingredient in solid propellant for rockets, missiles, and fireworks. Perchlorate salts are used on a large scale as a component of air bag inflators, and also in nuclear reactors and electronic tubes, as additives in lubricating oils, in tanning and finishing leather, as a mordant for fabrics and dyes, in electroplating, in aluminum refining, and in rubber manufacture, and in the production of paints and enamels. Chemical fertilizer has been reported as a potential source of perchlorate contamination, but US EPA, based on new investigations, does not consider it to be an issue for agricultural applications (US EPA, 2002).

    28. Welcome To Mid Kent Water
    Supplying quality drinking water to Consumers in Kent. Also provides a range of water related services with its sister companies.
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    Welcome to Mid Kent Water's new web site. We hope that you find the information contained of use. Mid Kent Water All about us, Where we operate, our latest news click to enter Educational Find out more about Water, how it gets to us, how we deliver it to you. click to enter Household Please click here to access our online services, moving home, reporting problems, applying for a meter and advice on your water bill. click to enter Services We provide a range of services from fitting a new tap or bathroom, right through to major pipleine operations.

    29. WDNR - Drinking Water And Groundwater
    drinking water AND GROUNDWATER. Underground Injection Well Information; WaterTimeline The Safe drinking water Act, The Pipeline to Clean Water;
    The Bureau of Drinking Water and Groundwater has staff statewide "working to safeguard Wisconsin's
    Drinking Water, Now and in the Future."

  • Arsenic General information, occurrence in Wisconsin, recommendations, articles, and much more...
  • Perrier Issue: Press Releases, Property Agreements, and links to Environmental Assessment documents
  • Capacity Development Program Community Water Systems - Plan Review Process Consumer Confidence Report
  • Guidance to create and customize the report
  • Dewatering Well Systems
  • Drinking Water System - DNR's Water Quality Database
  • Groundwater - Publications, Sampling and Education Information, Wellhead/Source Water Protection Information
  • Groundwater Coordinating Council Advisory council for groundwater activities
  • Groundwater Retrieval Network (GRN)
  • High Capacity Wells
  • Health Advisory Level Table
  • Operator Certification Information ...
  • Private Water Systems Information for homeowners who have a private well
  • Public Water Systems Information for citizens who receive water from a public water system
  • Public Water System Owners and Operators
  • Reservoir Inspection Form Surface Water Source Water Assessment Drafts Underground Injection Well Information ... Water Timeline - The Safe Drinking Water Act, The Pipeline to Clean Water
  • 30. Drinking Water Systems And Supplies Reverse Osmosis - Home Page - Future Water S
    Supplier of reverse osmosis home drinking water systems and supplies.
    Home About Our Products Contact Us Faqs ... [ Policies] Future Water Systems Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Systems Click these links to order Made with the highest quality components available to assure consistent long-term performance! Features... Benefits... o High rejection, thin-film composite membrane. o Superior performance. o Four-stage filtration. o Removes full spectrum of contaminants. o 50 gallon-per-day production capacity o Plenty of water for high usage requirements. o Lead-free faucet (meets California's codes). o assurance nothing will leach into drinking water. o Fully assembled, ready for installation. o Saves assembly labor. Report web problems to TheWebMaster Future Water Systems - Last Updated on

    31. FORACO : Forages D'eau, Sondages Géologiques Et Miniers
    Specialists in water borehole drilling for drinking water supplies, irrigation water or industrial water. From preliminary exploration to pre-production and reserve geometry determination.

    32. Drinking Water Information And Web Resources - Water Contaminants, Health Effect
    Provides information on the safety and quality of drinking water. Details on contaminants and health Category Society Issues Health Water Treatment......Topics drinking water contaminants; Contaminant health effects, particularlyon children; Compare water purification methods.
    Everything You Wanted To Know About Drinking Water,
    But Didn't Know Who To Ask

    I developed this web site to provide a comprehensive resource for anyone searching for information about the safety and quality of their drinking water. Topics discussed include: Contaminants That Could Be In Your Drinking Water
    (lead, chlorine, disinfection byproducts, cryptosporidia, giardia, bacteria, endocrine disrupters, pesticides, etc.) What Various Contaminants Can Do To Your Health
    (with an emphasis on children and pregnancy) What's The Best Drinking Water Purification Method For You? (filtration, reverse osmosis, distillation, bottled water, KDF, etc.) Terrorism and Drinking Water
    (everything I have been able to find about the subject on the web) I have distilled the results of many hours of research into the discussions and the lists of drinking water related sites on the pages indexed to the right. I hope that the information here will be helpful in your search for answers to this important health issue. Although the site discusses contaminants found in water from both municipal water companies and from private wells, the treatment methods discussed, are mostly Point of Use (POU) - water is treated at the point where it will be used for drinking, cooking, etc. Many private well water problems, bacteria, iron, heavy metals, pH imbalances, etc., need to be treated either at the well, or as the water enters the home. I do not go into much detail about these treatment methods, but I provide references to some sites that do discuss these treatment options. The majority of web references for which I have provided links can be considered authoritative. The sites you will find listed here include:

    33. New Page 1
    Home page for information on drinking water programs of the US Geological Survey.USGS home page End navigation links. USGS drinking water Programs,
    End navigation links USGS Drinking Water Programs What's New (November 19, 2001) -USGS data to protect ground water in your community
    Report: Early Warning Monitoring to Detect Hazardous Events in Water Supplies (pdf)

    -Report on radionuclides in ground water
    -Report: Contaminants and Drinking Water Sources in 2001: Recent Findings of the USGS ...
    Reports: MTBE in the US, and in the Northeast
    Water for drinking and other domestic uses is one of our most precious natural resources. We often take it for granted until the supply is threatened by problems with water quantity or quality. Quantity issues are addressed on other U.S. Geological Survey pages for ground water and surface water . The wide range of monitoring, assessment, and research activities conducted by the USGS to help understand and protect the quality of our drinking-water resources is described on these pages. These studies are often done in collaboration with other Federal, State, Tribal, and local agencies. If you would like information on how to develop a partnership with the USGS, please contact Glenn Patterson or your USGS District Chief USGS National Programs on Drinking Water USGS Drinking Water Programs Listed by State USGS Drinking Water Programs Listed by Topic ... Return to Office of Water Quality page U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia, USA

    34. Water Coolers For Bottles And Point Of Use POU
    Replacement water filters, reverse osmosis drinking water systems, water coolers, testing kits and water softeners. Includes an online buying facility.
    Water Coolers
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    The internet's largest selection of replacement water filters, reverse osmosis membranes and water coolers for online buyers.
    Free Shipping in Continental U.S. on Sunroc Bottle Water Coolers And P.O.U. (point of use) Water Coolers
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    35. USGS Water Resources Education Resources
    Educational materials for various ages and grades, including USGS Learning Web, Water Science for Category Science Environment Water Resources Education...... Frequently Asked Questions about drinking water Protection provided by the Leagueof Women Voters these address specific concerns of those attempting to
    Water Resources
    Education Resources
    USGS Learning Web
    lots of links to geology, mapping, water and biology education products and activities!
    Water Science for Schools
    find information on many aspects of water, along with pictures, data, maps, and an interactive center where you can give opinions and test your water knowledge!
    of the National Biological Information Infrastructure has a focus on amphibian declines and deformities. Visit Captain Ribbitt and find out how you can SAVE THE FROGS! and also to learn more about our amphibian friends!
    Education Posters
    Cartoon posters on subjects of wetlands, water use, wastewater, navigation, ground water, and water quality for grades K-12.
    Information on The Environment
    Compiled by the USGS Geologic Inquiries Group with links to frequently asked questions about pesticides and mine drainage, general interest publications on acid rain and radon, publications for educators and much more!
    Aquifer Basics
    Maps of the major aquifers in the Nation and introductory information on groundwater.

    36. PURE DRINKING WATER - WHOLLY WATER ® The Ultimate Drinking Water Appliance + Ce
    Manufacturer of drinking water filters, and systems.
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    It features a self-cleaning filter design, push-button, back-wash cycle "used every 3 months." "Patented design" with 5 large filter beds of 6 different filter media. Removes a broader range of contaminants and does it to a higher water purity for a longer time than any other drinking water filter. A carbon block Ceramikx 0.5 micron post water filter can be added to make unpotable water safe to drink. The pollution solution... CLICK ON 'SITE INDEX' BUTTON ABOVE: Our Products and Articles
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    37. TITLE 42 , CHAPTER 6A , SUBCHAPTER XII , Part A , Sec. 300f.
    (1). The term ''primary drinking water regulation'' means a regulation which. (A). Such regulations may apply to any contaminant in drinking water. (A).
    US CODE COLLECTION TITLE 42 CHAPTER 6A SUBCHAPTER XII Part A > Sec. 300f. Sec. 300f. - Definitions For purposes of this subchapter: The term ''primary drinking water regulation'' means a regulation which - (A) applies to public water systems; (B) specifies contaminants which, in the judgment of the Administrator, may have any adverse effect on the health of persons; (C) specifies for each such contaminant either - (i) a maximum contaminant level, if, in the judgment of the Administrator, it is economically and technologically feasible to ascertain the level of such contaminant in water in public water systems, or (ii) if, in the judgment of the Administrator, it is not economically or technologically feasible to so ascertain the level of such contaminant, each treatment technique known to the Administrator which leads to a reduction in the level of such contaminant sufficient to satisfy the requirements of section of this title; and

    38. Arsenic In Drinking Water (1999)
    Open Book; from the Commission on Life Sciences (US). Includes sections on chemistry, health effects, biomarkers, and variation in human sensitivity.

    39. TITLE 42 , CHAPTER 6A , SUBCHAPTER XII , Part B , Sec. 300g-1.
    Sec. 300g1. - National drinking water regulations. (a) National primarydrinking water regulations; maximum contaminant level goals
    US CODE COLLECTION TITLE 42 CHAPTER 6A SUBCHAPTER XII Part B > Sec. 300g-1. Prev Next Sec. 300g-1. - National drinking water regulations (a) National primary drinking water regulations; maximum contaminant level goals; simultaneous publication of regulations and goals Effective on June 19, 1986, each national interim or revised primary drinking water regulation promulgated under this section before June 19, 1986, shall be deemed to be a national primary drinking water regulation under subsection (b) of this section. No such regulation shall be required to comply with the standards set forth in subsection (b)(4) of this section unless such regulation is amended to establish a different maximum contaminant level after June 19, 1986. After June 19, 1986, each recommended maximum contaminant level published before June 19, 1986, shall be treated as a maximum contaminant level goal. Whenever a national primary drinking water regulation is proposed under subsection (b) of this section for any contaminant, the maximum contaminant level goal for such contaminant shall be proposed simultaneously. Whenever a national primary drinking water regulation is promulgated under subsection (b) of this section for any contaminant, the maximum contaminant level goal for such contaminant shall be published simultaneously. Paragraph (3) shall not apply to any recommended maximum contaminant level published before June 19, 1986.

    40. CalciQuest Inc. Welcome Page: Municipal Drinking Water And Wastewater Treatment.
    drinking water quality treatment chemicals. USA.

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