A Proposition on Water Reprocessing to be the Norm of the Future
Registered civil and environmental engineers share the process of sewage treatment and conversion into valuable water resource.
It discusses the importance and benefits of water recycling—vital to the sustenance of the quality of life by future generations.
Dr. Madan Arora and Professor Joe Reichenberger published a book titled, Turning Sewage into Reusable Water: Written for the Layperson, that does not only describe the process of sewage treatment and water recycling but also addresses health and regulatory concerns that go with it.
The book concisely describes the progression by which sewage is treated and converted into a valuable water resource. It discusses the importance and benefits of water recycling—vital to the sustenance of the quality of life by future generations. With a sincere intention to help, the authors hope that the book will be useful to students, parents, school counselors, community and political leaders, and board members of water and sanitation agencies tasked with committing large sums of monies for upgrading and/or expanding their communities’ water and wastewater treatment and recycling facilities.
Turning Sewage into Reusable Water was featured at the 2015 Guadalajara International Book Fair, which was held last November 28-December 6, at Expo Guadalajara in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.
Turning Sewage into Reusable Water
Written for the Layperson
Written by Madan Arora, Ph.D. P.E. and Professor Joe Reichenberger, P.E.
Nook Book | $ 5.49
Paperback | $ 18.50
Hardcover | $ 21.47
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com, www.barnesandnoble.com, and other online retail stores.
About the Authors
Registered as civil engineers, the authors are certified life members of the Water Environment Federation and the Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists and have each more than fifty years of experience in wastewater treatment and recycling facilities. Dr. Madan Arora is a Technical Director at Parsons – a global engineering and construction company with its headquarters in Pasadena, California while Professor Joe Reichenberger teaches Civil Engineering and Environmental Science at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California.
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