Alternative Water Sources and Wastewater Management https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/0071719512.jpeg 1 9780071719513 Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The definitive guide to alternative water sources and wastewater solutions This timely volume discusses alternative water sources and waste disposal methods that are appropriate when traditional means and methods do not exist or are inadequate. Alternative Water Sources and Wastewater Management presents a variety of innovative concepts that are being researched, developed, and implementedworldwide. Featuring detailed illustrations, an eight-page color insert, current examples, statistics, and calculations, this book provides the vital informationneeded to address the rapidly increasing global demand for clean water. Coverage includes: Water cycle water sources Springs Air conditioning condensate recovery Dew harvesting Fog harvesting Glacier water harvesting Rainwater catchment Solar distillation of water Graywater systems Water quality maintenance Ground water recharge Aquatic plants as waste management system Biological fi lters and constructed wetlands Blackwater recycling systems Septic system design Latrines and privies Composting toilets Net zero water
Alternative Water Sources and Wastewater Management

Alternative Water Sources and Wastewater Management

1st Edition
By E.W. Bob Boulware
ISBN10: 0071719512
ISBN13: 9780071719513
Copyright: 2013
09780071719513

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Alternative Water Sources: Introduction

Water Cycle Water Sources

Springs

Air Conditioning Condensate Recovery

Dew Harvesting

Fog Harvesting

Glacier Water Harvesting

Rainwater Catchment

Solar Water Still

Gray Water Systems

Water Quality

Ground Water Recharge

Aquatic Plants as Waste Management System

Biological Filters and Constructed Wetlands

Blackwater Recycling Systems

Septic Field

Latrines and Privies

Composting Toilets