The Chlorine Revolution

Publisher : Amer Water Works Assn

ISBN-13 : 9781583219201

Page : 359 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 201 voters

From its 1908 beginnings, the history of drinking water chlorination is a compelling subject with controversy that surprises the modern reader. This thorough but accessible science-history book provides the dramatic details on the reduction of waterborne illness and how “the most significant public health advance of the millennium” came to pass.

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