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Drinking Water Treatment - Principles & Insights is a concentrated edition of Wanless's vast experience on the subject. He lives and breaths water, both working in the industry and devouring as many 50-100-year old texts on water and chemistry as he can find. His book and the continuing education classes he presents continue to demonstrate his ability to make the complex understandable. I know no one more knowledgeable on this topic. What a great resource! Russell Carolla, Clear Waterworks, LLC, Manassas, Virginia.
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