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EPA - 40 CFR PART 143 - NATIONAL SECONDARY DRINKING WATER REGULATIONS Organization: EPA
Date: 2015-07-01
Description: This part establishes National Secondary Drinking Water Regulations pursuant to section 1412 of the Safe Drinking Water Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 300g–1).
EPA - 40 CFR PART 143 - NATIONAL SECONDARY DRINKING WATER REGULATIONS Organization: EPA
Date: 2014-07-01
EPA - 40 CFR PART 143 - NATIONAL SECONDARY DRINKING WATER REGULATIONS Organization: EPA
Date: 2016-07-01
WQA SAFE DRINKING WATER - WQA SAFE DRINKING WATER ACT BOOKLET Organization: WQA
Description: Describes the Safe Drinking Water Act, lists the National Primary and Secondary Drinking Water Standards, and includes a section on testing water.
AWWA M56 - NITRIFICATION PREVENTION AND CONTROL IN DRINKING WATER - SECOND EDITION Organization: AWWA
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: Several Water Research Foundation (WaterRF) reports discuss nitrification in conjunction with other topics, primarily drinking water disinfection and chloramination. Since the first writing of this manual, a better understanding of chloramination treatment, chloramine residual maintenance, and nitrification control within distribution systems has evolved.
ASTM D5812 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF ORGANOCHLORINE PESTICIDES IN WATER BY CAPILLARY COLUMN GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY Organization: ASTM
Date: 1996-05-10
Description: This test method covers the capillary gas chromatographic determination of various organochlorine pesticides, including some of their degradation products and related compounds in finished drinking water. This test method is not limited to this particular aqueous matrix; however, its applicability to other aqueous matrices must be determined.
BRE FB27 - HEALTH AND PRODUCTIVITY BENEFITS OF SUSTAINABLE SCHOOLS A REVIEW Organization: BRE
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: More recent evidence suggests that good environmental design of schools could have a positive effect on overall learning outcomes, by providing: thermally comfortable environments access to fresh air, daylight and views out acoustics conditions which support teaching and learning provision of sports facilities for use within and beyond core school hours use of the outdoor environment as a learning resource good drinking water provision a range of social facilities that support and encourage the development of friendships and social development personal safety through careful design.
CRC - HALOPHYTIC AND SALT-TOLER - HALOPHYTIC AND SALT-TOLERANT FEEDSTUFFS: IMPACTS ON NUTRITION, PHYSIOLOGY AND REPRODUCTION OF LIVESTOCK Organization: CRC
Date: 2015-12-18
Description: Preface Use of halophytes as animal feedstuffs attracted attention of scientists toward the latter half of the twentieth century with the appearance of scientifi c papers1 on effect of brackish drinking water and salty feed on animal health and meat quality/quantity and the problems encountered in such studies were identifi ed.

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