Quality and Treatment of Drinking Water II

Drinking water quality is a vast and complex subject. In addition to the topics already addressed in Volume 5, part B of this Handbook in 1995, this new volume discusses in an authoritative way the current key issues of drinking water quality and its control: - Toxicity tests for assessing drinking water quality - Toxicological approaches for developing drinking water standards - Analysis of organic micropollutants - Algal toxins and human health - Quality changes due to application of ozone and chlorine dioxide. The articles are written by leading experts and present the state of the art of drinking water research.This volume will therefore be a valuable source not only for scientists and engineers, but also for decision-makers in government, environmental control and industry.