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Water Quality and Emission Control

  • M. B. Hocking

Abstract

Water is a vital commodity to industry for process feedstock (reacting raw material), solvent component and cooling purposes, as it is to us as individuals for all our personal water requirements. The global supply appears to be extensive, so much so that many people take it for granted. But when one considers that only 3% of this total resource exists as fresh water at any one time the concept of this as a globally limited and potentially exhaustible resource becomes more real (Table 3.1). When one further takes into account that roughly three quarters of this 3% is frozen from immediate use by the ice caps and glaciers of the world, then an appreciation of the limited extent of the available global fresh water becomes more apparent.

Keywords

Water Quality Dissolve Oxygen Chemical Oxygen Demand Biochemical Oxygen Demand Waste Stream 
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  • M. B. Hocking
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  1. 1.Department of ChemistryUniversity of VictoriaVictoriaCanada

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