—Adam Eyring, Philadelphia Water Department, Pennsylvania, USA
"The authors have much to offer in terms of experience and exposure. They write in a friendly, down-to-earth style. There is a lot of interest in water and the book should be a valuable addition to the literature."
—Windsor Sung, PhD, PE, Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, USA
"… College students, practitioners and any concerned with drinking water quality and management will consider this reference a solid resource."
—Library Bookwatch, November 2012
Praise for the Previous Edition
"... a sound book describing the issues associated with the delivery of safe drinking water to the public. ... The handbook's best features are its definitions of scientific vocabulary and jargon associated with water treatment, management, distribution, basic science, engineering, and drinking water regulations. Recommended for libraries serving students enrolled in engineering and technology programs, training programs for operators of water treatment facilities, and environmental science degree programs, as well as for journalists covering environmental affairs and local government."
—McNeese State University, in CHOICE, 2000