This DVD is gives an excellent overview of the subject of salinity in source waters for water supply professionals, water boards, water resource managers, and environmental protection groups.
Water suppliers have noted a rise in the salinity of certain source waters across North America. Conventional water treatment cannot remove high concentrations of salt. Advanced desalination techniques, expensive equipment, specially trained operators, and higher costs are required. Salinity Issues in Source Waters explains all the issues of source water salinity: how water becomes saline, point and nonpoint sources of saline contamination, salt water intrusion into groundwater, health and environmental problems, water and wastewater treatment issues, EPA and state regulations, and case studies. This DVD is gives an excellent overview of the subject for water supply professionals, water boards, water resource managers, and environmental protection groups. (20 minutes)\
Publisher: American Water Works Association
Publication date: 2006
AWWA catalog no: 64311
Media Type: DVD