The manual identifies most of the problem organisms found in water supplies and provides recommendations for removing or inactivating them. Chapters describe and illustrate each organism, explain the types of problems it can cause, and offers suggestions for treatment or control. Nonpathogenic organisms covered include actinomycetes, iron bacteria, sulfur bacteria, nitrifying bacteria, nematodes, bloodworms or midges, crustacea, rotifers, zebra mussels, algae, and protozoa.... Sixth Edition, 2002, #30003PA M4, Water Fluoridation Principles and Practices , Fourth Edition, 1995, #30004PA M5, ... 1999, #30006PA M7, Problem Organisms in Water: Identification and Treatment, Third Edition, 2003, #30007PA M9, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Problem Organisms in Water|
|Publisher||:||American Water Works Association - 2011-01-12|