Operational Guide to AWWA Standard G300: Source Water by Chi Ho Cham, Richard W. Gullick, Sharon C. Long, Pamela P.

By Chi Ho Cham, Richard W. Gullick, Sharon C. Long, Pamela P. Kenel

This publication offers water utilities suggestions in enforcing the necessities of AWWA regular G300, resource Water safety. It explains the aim and serve as of the traditional and comprises examples, checklists, and different instruments

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