Development of Exposure Assessment Methods for THM and HAA in Water Distribution Systems

Development of Exposure Assessment Methods for THM and HAA in Water Distribution Systems

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Chlorination is commonly used by water utilities in the United States and around the world for the disinfection of public water supplies. Over the last 25 years, epidemiological research has provided mounting evidence of a possible link between by-products of the chlorination process and the incidence of colorectal, bladder, and brain cancer. This volume resents the results of a study on exposure assessment methods for two of these disinfection by-products (DBPs)--trihalomethanes (THMs) and haloacetic acids (HAAs). The volume is not indexed. c. Book News Inc.EPANET Users Manual. Cincinnati, Ohio: USEPA Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory. Rossman, L.A. 2000. EPANET 2 Users Manual. Cincinnati, Ohio: USEPA National Risk Management Research Laboratory. Rossman, L.A., R.A. Brown, anbsp;...


Title:Development of Exposure Assessment Methods for THM and HAA in Water Distribution Systems
Author: Jay Nuckols, Lewis A. Rossman, Philip C. Singer
Publisher:American Water Works Association - 2001-01-01
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