A review of the literature on the removal of organic chemicals from drinking water /: R71-49/3-87E

This report provides a review of the literature concerning the current state of knowledge for removing organic chemicals from drinking water. Sources of organic chemicals include humic substances (products from the natural degradation of plant and animal matter), municipal and industrial effluent, agricultural runoff (pesticides, fertilizer and manure), contaminated leachate from landfill sites and lagoons, and accidental and illegal dumping.--Report summary

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Department/Agency Northern River Basins Study.
Title A review of the literature on the removal of organic chemicals from drinking water /
Series Title Northern River Basins Study project report
Publication Type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Format Paper
Note "This report provides a review of the literature concerning the current state of knowledge for removing organic chemicals from drinking water. Sources of organic chemicals include humic substances (products from the natural degradation of plant and animal matter), municipal and industrial effluent, agricultural runoff (pesticides, fertilizer and manure), contaminated leachate from landfill sites and lagoons, and accidental and illegal dumping."--Report summary.
Date 1996.
Author
  • Oke, Nicholas J.
Binding Ring binding
Number of Pages iv, 71p. :
Dimensions 28 cm.
ISBN 0-662-24635-7
ISSN 1192-3571
Catalogue Number
  • R71-49/3-87E
Departmental Catalogue Number Project 4402-D1
Subject Terms Drinking water