Water Pollution And Its Control
"Water Pollution and its Control" contains almost all the technical know-how required to clean up our water supply. It provides a survey of up-to-date technologies for remediation, as well as a step-by-step guide to pollution assessment for both ground water and surface water and discusses the physical properties of soils, liquids, and aquifers. It emphasizes on controlling non-point source pollution, best management practices, and an integrated management approach. In addition to focusing on causes, effects, and remedies, the book discusses waste disposable decision and its benefits and future approaches for diminishing water pollution.
Anil Goel completed his Master degree in Environmental Science from Delhi University. He has worked on Varied vital issues of environmental science. He is widely known for his contribution for writing several books on ecology and environment. Presently he is working on two major issues that are environment safety and pollution control.
Preface V 1. Water Pollution Definition and Meaning --Pg. 1 2. Types of Water Pollution --Pg.8 3. Nature of Waste Discharges and their Effects --Pg.17 4. Managing Waste Loads and Their Assimilative Capacity --Pg.29 5. Waste Disposal Decisions and its Benefits --Pg.58 6.Collective Facilities in water Quality Management --Pg.84 7. Benefits of Groundwater Resources--Pg. 99 8. Groundwater Contamination --Pg.118 9. Effects of Groundwater Contamination on Public Health --Pg.155 10. Monitoring and Checking the Quality of Groundwater--Pg. 190 11. Water Pollution from Pulp and Paper Companies --Pg.209 12. Measurement of Pollution Performance --Pg.221 13. Legal and Regulatory Framework in Groundwater Contamination --Pg.229 14. Future Approaches for Diminishing Water Pollution--Pg. 245 Bibliography --Pg. 279 Index --Pg.283