Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Science - Drinking Water Bookstore
Page 3     41-60 of 183    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | 8  | 9  | 10  | Next 20
A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

         Drinking Water:     more books (100)
  1. Watershed Management for Drinking Water Protection by Chris Davis, 2008-10-05
  2. Disinfection Byproducts in Drinking Water: Formation, Analysis, and Control by Yuefeng Xie, 2003-08-27
  3. The Drinking Water Dictionary by American Water Works Association, 2001-03-21
  4. Risk Assessment for Chemicals in Drinking Water by Robert A. Howd, Anna M. Fan, 2007-11-16
  5. Cool Waters: 50 Refreshing, Healthy Homemade Thirst-Quenchers by Brian Preston-Campbell, 2009-01-25
  6. Drinking Water and Infectious Disease: Establishing the Links
  7. A Cool Drink of Water by Barbara Kerley, 2006-01-10
  8. Basic Microbiology for Drinking Water Personnel, 2e by Dennis Hill, 2006-12-16
  9. Ozone and Chlorine Dioxide Technology for Disinfection of Drinking Water (Energy technology review)
  10. A Practical Guide to Particle Counting for Drinking Water Treatment by John Michael Broadwell, 2000-07-31
  11. Chemical Safety of Drinking-water Assessing Priorities for Risk Assessment by T. Thompson, J. Fawell, et all 2005-10-31
  12. Analytical Methods for Drinking Water: Advances in Sampling and Analysis (Water Quality Measurements)
  13. Analytical Methods for Drinking Water: Advances in Sampling and Analysis (Water Quality Measurements)
  14. Water Treatment and Pathogen Control: Process Efficiency in Achieving Safe Drinking-Water (Who Drinking Water Quality) by M.W. LeChevallier, A. Kwok-Keung, 2003-09

41. MA DEP Drinking Water Program Homepage
drinking water topics
drinking water topics: about drinking water applications and forms campgrounds/seasonal events capacity certified operator conservation and drought consumer confidence (ccr) contacts cross connections frequently asked questions grants in the main monitoring waivers private wells progress reports public notification regulations related links source protection source water assessment (swap) standards, policies, guidelines technical tools tnc systems training opportunities underground injection (uic) DEP general topics: air quality appeals decisions applications and forms asbestos brownfields commissioner's page consumer information contact DEP DEP organization drinking water employment opportunities energy facilities enforcement environmental analysis envir. results program feedback/survey frequently asked questions hazardous waste mgmt. industrial wastewater innovative tech./green business municipal services/wastewater news releases publications by program recycling regional offices regulations research and standards resource protection risk assessment septic systems/title 5 service centers sites list solid waste and landfills spills stormwater strike force/report a violation toxics use reduction vehicle emissions waste prevention waste site cleanup water management watershed management waterways/ch. 91

42. Ravindra Palwankar's Rain Water Management System
Describes and offers an efficient and cost effective system using locally available resources, to ameliorate drinking water shortages and flooding problems in poor and developing countries. Water-Web Page.htm
Ravindra Palwankar's Rain Water Management system
Visitor Number
General Schematic, Rain Water Management System Click Here Rainwater harvesting in societies/cluster of multi-storeyed buildings/Industries Rainwater harvesting scheme for low-income group tenements/hutment/villages Rainwater Management System with Multiple Stacked Tanks Click Here Rainwater Management System with Elevated Tanks, Click Here Rainwater Management System with Elevated Tanks Click Here Rainwater Management System for Township Click Here Rainwater Management System for Township, Click Here Letter of Appreciation from M/s Sony Corporation, Japan
Sketch of the Rainwater management system DRG. No. 1 Back Sketch of the Rainwater management system, for a cluster of houses having common tank with multiple taps, DRG. No. 2.

43. Michigan's Drinking Water
Michigan's Water Calendar Case Studies EducationalMaterials Regional Info. Site Map Search.
Michigan's Water Calendar Case Studies
Educational Materials
Michigan's Water Calendar Case Studies
Educational Materials
... Search

44. Discount Treadmills, Elliptical Trainers, Exercise Bikes, Home Gyms, Abdominal M
Learn about fitness and nutrition with the focus on good health. Section on drinking water quality and contamination.
@import url("text.css"); OUR MOST POPULAR TREADMILL: Get the Proform 995 SEL for $799 or ten payments of $79!
home articles newsletter ... contact us
All of our nutritional products are now HALF PRICE!
While supplies last.
We now offer a huge selection of athletic gear, fitness equipment, nutritional products and kid's active games.
Search us:
MARCH FOCUS: Looking to tone up your abdominals?
Visit our section on Ab Equipment and our new
Body Image Cardio Cholesterol Dieting ... Weight Training Browse through our quality articles, written by a wide variety of health professionals, for the info you need. Ab Machines Elliptical Trainers Home Gyms Pilates Equipment ... Weight Training Equipment We find you the best prices on home fitness equipment. NEW: Weight Loss Products Calories Body fat Hydration ... Recipes Get a new perspective with these free calculators and tools. Hot kitchen items. too!

45. Drinking Water Outbreaks Of Infectious Disease
Collection point for information on outbreaks of infectious disease in drinking water, and related Category Science Environment Water Resources drinking water......drinking water Outbreaks. This site is founded as a collection point for informationon outbreaks of infectious disease in drinking water, and related topics.
Drinking Water Outbreaks
This site is founded as a collection point for information on outbreaks of infectious disease in drinking water, and related topics. Links to, or files with, information from the popular press, as well as primary source information will be included. Readers should contact the webmaster, Professor Charles N. Haas by e-mail with comments, additional links, or ideas for expansion. For the home page of Professor Haas, click here: What's new on this site? (check this often) To be notified by e-mail whenever new material is added to the site click here
Breaking Events
What is a Waterborne Outbreak?
Formal CDC definition
Statistical Summaries
United States
US, 1997-1998 (all waterborne outbreaks reported to CDC) US, 1995-1996 (all waterborne outbreaks reported to CDC) US, 1993-1994 (all waterborne outbreaks reported to CDC) US, 1991-1992 (all waterborne outbreaks reported to CDC) ... Compiled list of US outbreaks, 1976-1998
Causes of waterborne outbreaks in community water systems in Finland: 1980-1992,

46. Environmental Health Programs Home Page - WA State Dept. Of Health
Work with local governments and other agencies in the areas of safe drinking water, food and shell fish safety, radiation safety, wastewater management, pesticide exposures, vector borne diseases and general sanitation.

You are here: DOH Home DOH Org Chart E nvironmental Health Programs Home Search Employees Site Directory: Bioterrorism Information EHP Organization Staff Directory Fact Sheets ... Related Sites Environmental Health Programs protect the public's health from environmental harms. We work with local governments and other agencies in the areas of safe drinking water, food and shellfish safety, radiation safety, wastewater management, pesticide exposures, vector borne diseases and general sanitation. It consists of five offices/divisions: Environmental Health Topics Asbestos Chemical Spills Drinking Water Drug Lab Sites and Cleanup (Illegal) ... Privacy Notice Washington State Department of Health
Environmental Health Programs
PO Box 47820 Olympia, Washington, 98504-7820
Send inquires about DOH and its programs to the Health Consumer Assistance Office
Comments or questions regarding this web site? Send mail to

47. MEDLINEplus: Drinking Water
Search MEDLINE for recent research articles on • drinking water. Ground Water anddrinking water Frequently Asked Questions (Environmental Protection Agency);
Skip navigation
Other health topics: A B C D ... List of All Topics
Drinking Water
Contents of this page:




Search MEDLINE for recent research articles on
Drinking Water
You may also be interested in these MEDLINEplus related pages:

Food Contamination/Poisoning Food Safety ... Poisoning, Toxicology, Environmental Health

48. PureSpring Drinking Water Systems - Water Coolers, Water Purifiers And Water Fil
Coolers and servers for the home, office or restaurant.

49. Table Of Contents
Guidelines for household application in developing countries. UNICEF report of oral rehydration as one of its main supporting techniques.
Solar Disinfection
of Drinking Water
and Oral Rehydratoin Solutions Guidelines for Household Application in Developing Countries Aftim Acra - Zeina Raffoul - Yester Karahagopian Department of Environmental Health
Faculty of Health Science - American University of Beirut
Beirut, 1984
Originally published by UNICEF
Regional Office for the Middle East and North Africa
P.O.Box 811721 - Amman, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan
Created by the Documentation Center at AUB in collaboration with Al Mashriq of , Norway.
970730/wa-bl/980215/bl - Email:

50. Safe Drinking Water Foundation
Promote safe drinking water through supporting innovative research and development increase awareness of health concerns from consumption of poor quality
11 Innovation Blvd. Saskatoon, SK. Phone: (306) 934-0389 Fax: (306) 975-5143
Research Projects Public Education Membership ... Search WELCOME to the SDWF! The Operation Water Drop Program has been launched in Alberta Schools thanks to sponsorship from the Alberta Ecotrust Foundation and NSERC. For more information Click Safe Drinking Water Foundation receives Society Status in Alberta. SDWF (Alberta) is chaired by Dr. David Schindler of the University of Alberta. Rural drinking water and waterborne illness Written by Dr. Hans Peterson, published in the Proceedings of the Ninth National Conference on Drinking Water abstract or complete article (pdf) OUR MISSION: Promote safe drinking water through supporting innovative research and development; increase awareness of health concerns from consumption of poor quality water; act as a catalyst to ensure that appropriate action is taken to enable the provision of safe drinking water to rural residents.

51. Division Of Drinking Water Homepage - WA State Drinking Water Division
Protecting Washington's drinking water Water System Security. Divisionof drinking water PO Box 47828 7171 Cleanwater Lane, Bldg.
You are here: DOH Home EHP Home » Drinking Water Home Search Employees Site Directory: Drinking Water Programs


Purveyor Assistance
The Water Tap
Newsletter S.A.D.I.E. Water
System Data Base for Authorized Users Office Directions
Alternate File Format Information
Protec ting Washington's
Drinking Water:
Water System Security
On June 12, 2002, President Bush signed the Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002 (Title IV) into law. The act requires every community water system serving more than 3,300 persons to conduct a vulnerability assessment and prepare an emergency response plan. More information. Arsenic EPA Implements Standard of 10 ppb
In February 2002, a new federal standard for arsenic in drinking water became effective. Learn more about what this means for your health and what changes water purveyors may need to make to meet the new standard. More Information
Mission Statement and Overview
Washington Water Supply Advisory Committee External Links Waterweek Newsletter This week's top story AWWA web site Washington State Legislature DOH Home Environmental Health Programs Drinking Water Home ... Privacy Notice Links to external resources are provided as a public service and do not imply endorsement

52. Water - Ontario Ministry Of The Environment
Water. drinking water. O'Connor Inquiry. Ontario's New drinking water ProtectionRegulation for Smaller Waterworks Serving Designated Facilities (December 2001);

Drinking Water
Acts and Regulations
Monitoring and Compliance

53. Donohue & Associates, Inc. - Engineering Consulting Firm
An employeeowned engineering firm that provides wastewater, drinking water, transportation, and general municipal services to municipal and industrial clients.
Donohue Makes
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Donohue Welcomes Former Wisconsin DOT Secretary Kussart to its Staff
NSSD Project Wins 2003 Best of State Engineering Excellence Award Terms of Use engineering consulting firm

54. Drinking Water Protection Regulation 459/00
Location Ministry Home Water drinking water Protection Regulation. Ontario'sdrinking water Protection Regulation O.Reg 459/00. (For Larger Waterworks).

(For Larger Waterworks) July 2002 - Amendments to O. Reg. 459/00 through O. Reg. 213/02 Electronic Submission: Drinking Water Laboratory Submissions and Waterworks Notification
site :
tel.: 1-613-238-3222 General Technical Briefs

55. Water Testing: National Testing Labs Watercheck Analysis - NTL & BTL
Water testing for home drinking water potability and well water. Products and information available for residential and commercial. Independant testing lab.
Welcome to NTL's Home Page. We customize our water testing services to meet the specific needs of our customers. Please click on HOMEOWNER or BUSINESSES (please specify type of business) to view products, services and information prepared just for you. The National Testing Laboratories, Ltd. Network of certified laboratories performs drinking water analysis for customers worldwide according to USEPA and standard methods. We test for compliance and informational purposes and hold certifications across the U.S. Our laboratories successfully participate in USEPA Proficiency Testing Programs. We offer test packages to meet federal, state, FDA and International Bottled Water Association requirements. Members of our technical staff are contributing members of various IBWA and WQA committees. We maintain memberships in the WQA, AWWA, IBWA, CBWA, NEBWA, SEBWA, TBWA, NSDA, ASHI, FRWA, FWQA, GLWQA, NEHA, American Chemical Society, National Groundwater Association, and National Rural Water Association. For more information about our network of laboratories, click on

56. National Center For Infectious Diseases
DPD Search. Welcome to the drinking water site, where you can learn howto keep your drinking water safe and free of contaminants. What's New.
This page is located at

57. Achievements In Public Health, 1900-1999: Fluoridation Of Drinking Water To Prev
Achievements in Public Health, 19001999 Fluoridation of drinking water to PreventDental Caries. Public Health Service drinking water standardsrevised 1962.
Achievements in Public Health, 1900-1999: Fluoridation of Drinking Water to Prevent Dental Caries
Fluoridation of community drinking water is a major factor responsible for the decline in dental caries (tooth decay) during the second half of the 20th century. The history of water fluoridation is a classic example of clinical observation leading to epidemiologic investigation and community-based public health intervention. Although other fluoride-containing products are available, water fluoridation remains the most equitable and cost-effective method of delivering fluoride to all members of most communities, regardless of age, educational attainment, or income level. Dental Caries Dental caries is an infectious, communicable, multifactorial disease in which bacteria dissolve the enamel surface of a tooth (1). Unchecked, the bacteria then may penetrate the underlying dentin and progress into the soft pulp tissue. Dental caries can result in loss of tooth structure and discomfort. Untreated caries can lead to incapacitating pain, a bacterial infection that leads to pulpal necrosis, tooth extraction and loss of dental function, and may progress to an acute systemic infection. The major etiologic factors for this disease are specific bacteria in dental plaque (particularly Streptococcus mutans and lactobacilli) on susceptible tooth surfaces and the availability of fermentable carbohydrates.

58. The Watershed: Why Mineral Water Is The Healthiest Water To Drink
A look at bottled water, demineralized water, chlorination, bathing and asbestos in drinking water,
Why Mineral Water is the Best Drinking Water
Bottled Waters: Are All Created Equal?
Bottled water is big business. And it usually tastes better than what comes out of your tap. But is it "healthy water?" It depends. Ask yourself: "Is the water hard? Is it moderately high in TDS?" Most bottled water labels in the US do not give the information you need to know the answers to these questions. Request a complete water analysis from the company. Keep in mind many bottled waters are simply processed water using distillation, reverse osmosis, de-ionization or filtration. Frankly you can do this yourself and save money. With over 700 brands of bottled water available in the US, around 80% are processed water. Purchase only natural spring or artesian well waters that come closest to the "healthy water" criteria - hardness 170 mg/l and TDS 300 mg/l. References:(47) Michigan Mineral - Premium Natural Water has a Hardness of 260 mg/l and TDS 362 mg/l.
Purified Water: To Drink or Not to Drink
De-mineralized water has little or no minerals. This is the result if you use a distiller, a reverse osmosis unit (RO), or de-ionization (ion exchange resins). However, the research on heart disease and cancer shows a healthy water is hard and moderately high in TDS (total dissolved solids). Why do people purchase these de-mineralized or water softening systems? Usually their thinking goes something like this. "I know I should drink water, but it's so polluted with chlorine, chemicals and toxic metals, that it's not safe. So I'll get rid of these harmful things and all will be OK."

59. American Water Works Association
drinking water Week The Wonder of Water drinking water WEEK 2003 MAY 4-10. Celebratedrinking water Week! Where there's safe drinking water, you'll find AWWA.
Home Bookstore Membership Member Login ... Search General Information Press Room Story of Drinking Water Week Information About AWWA Share Your Successes ... Consumer Water Center Water Utility Info Success Stories Posters Celebration Ideas Scrapbook ... News Releases For Children Celebration Ideas Coloring Pages Elementary School Activities Educational Videos ... Teacher Resources For Your Town Celebration Ideas Help Conserve/Protect Water Residential Water Use Survey Water and the Community DRINKING WATER WEEK 2003: MAY 4-10 All across the country, Drinking Water Week brings attention to our most precious Natural resource: water A cool drink on a hot daya crisp, green salad at dinnerin everything you eat or drink,water makes it work Is conservation your "cup of tea"? Celebrate Drinking Water Week! Where there's safe drinking water, you'll find AWWA
For more information, contact Sabrina McKenzie at or call at (303) 347-6140. © 2002 American Water Works Association.

60. Guidelines For Canadian Drinking Water Quality - Supporting Documents
Guidelines for Canadian drinking water Quality Supporting Documents. Tableof Contents. Summary of Guidelines for Canadian drinking water Quality.
Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality - Supporting Documents
The following documents represent the technical or scientific supporting documentation used by the Federal-Provincial-Territorial Committee on Drinking Water in developing and approving guidelines for contaminants found in drinking water. The documents are criteria summaries prepared by the staff of the Water Quality and Health Bureau of the Safe Environments Programme of Health Canada, or their consultants, following the critical evaluation of available information on exposure, health effects, analytical methodology and treatment technology for each contaminant. These reviews are not exhaustive, but present a brief summary of background data and information considered to be critical for the derivation of the guidelines. Summary paragraphs of these individual documents are published in the sixth edition of the Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality Health Canada has published Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality since 1968. The guidelines are prepared by the Federal-Provincial-Territorial Committee on Drinking Water; the Committee is made up of representatives from each province and territory, as well as from Health Canada. For more information, please contact

A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J  K  L  M  N  O  P  Q  R  S  T  U  V  W  X  Y  Z  

Page 3     41-60 of 183    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | 8  | 9  | 10  | Next 20

free hit counter