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By J. Jeffrey Peirce, Ruth F. Weiner and P. Aarne Vesilind (Auth.)

Content material:

, Pages xiii-xiv
Chapter 1 - toxins and Environmental Ethics

, Pages 1-14
Chapter 2 - Environmental possibility Analysis

, Pages 15-30
Chapter three - Water Pollution

, Pages 31-55
Chapter four - dimension of Water Quality

, Pages 57-76
Chapter five - Water Supply

, Pages 77-90
Chapter 6 - Water Treatment

, Pages 91-98
Chapter 7 - choice of Wastewater

, Pages 99-103
Chapter eight - Wastewater Treatment

, Pages 105-123
Chapter nine - Sludge therapy, usage, and Disposal

, Pages 125-135
Chapter 10 - Nonpoint resource Water Pollution

, Pages 137-143
Chapter eleven - Water pollutants legislations and Regulations

, Pages 145-156
Chapter 12 - stable Waste

, Pages 157-165
Chapter thirteen - strong Waste Disposal

, Pages 167-176
Chapter 14 - Reuse, Recycling, and Recovery

, Pages 177-191
Chapter 15 - dangerous Waste

, Pages 193-210
Chapter sixteen - Radioactive Waste

, Pages 211-231
Chapter 17 - good, unsafe, and Radioactive Waste legislations and Regulations

, Pages 233-243
Chapter 18 - Air Pollution

, Pages 245-269
Chapter 19 - Meteorology and Air Pollution

, Pages 271-286
Chapter 20 - size of Air Quality

, Pages 287-295
Chapter 21 - pollution Control

, Pages 297-313
Chapter 22 - pollution legislations and Regulations

, Pages 315-325
Chapter 23 - Noise pollutants and Control

, Pages 327-349
Chapter 24 - Environmental effect and monetary Assessment

, Pages 351-361
Appendix A - Conversion Factors

, Pages 363-365
Appendix B - components and Atomic Weights

, Pages 366-368
Appendix C - actual Constants

, Page 369
Glossary and Abbreviations

, Pages 371-377

, Pages 379-392

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Effluent from electroplating contains a number of heavy metal constituents. Heavy metals, copper in particular, may be toxic to fish as well as harmful to human health, In the past quarter century, a considerable incidence of surface water contamination by hazardous and carcinogenic organic compounds was reported in the United States. The sources of contamination include effluent from petrochemical industries and agricultural runoff, which contains both pesticide and fertilizer residues. ~ o i 'I= • ~" .

Acid mine drainage has polluted surface waters since the beginning of ore mining. Sulfur-laden water leaches from mines, including old and abandoned mines as well as active ones, and contains sulfur compounds that oxidize to sulfuric acid on contact with air. The resulting acidity of the stream or lake into which this water drains is often high enough to kill the aquatic ecosystem. The effects of water pollution can be best understood in the context of an aquatic ecosystem, by studying one or more specific interactions of pollutants with that ecosystem.

SOURCES OF WATER POLLUTION Water pollutants are categorized as point source or nonpoint source, the former being identified as all dry weather pollutants that enter watercourses through pipes or channels. Storm drainage, even though the water may enter watercourses by way of pipes or channels, is considered nonpoint source pollution. 31 32 ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AND CONTROL Other nonpoint source pollution comes from farm runoff, construction sites, and other land disturbances, discussed further in Chapter 10.

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