Chapter 1. The Design and Construction Processes; Chapter 2. General Water Supply Design Considerations; Chapter 3. Intake Structures; Chapter 4. Wells; Chapter 5. Chemical Handling and Storage; Chapter 6. Coagulation and Flocculation; Chapter 7. Lime-Soda Softening; Chapter 8. Ion Exchange; Chapter 9. Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltration; Chapter 10. Sedimentation; Chapter 11. Granular Filtration; Chapter 12. Membrane Filtration; Chapter 13. Disinfection and Flouridation; Chapter 14. Removal of Specific Constituents; Chapter 15. Water Plant Residuals Management; Chapter 16. Drinking Water Plant Process Selection and Integration; Chapter 17. Storage and Distribution Systems; Chapter 18. General Wastewater Collection and Treatment Design Chapter 19. Sanitary Sewer Design; Chapter 20. Headworks and Preliminary Treatment; Chapter 21. Primary Treatment; Chapter 22. Wastewater Microbiology; Chapter 23. Secondary Treatment by Suspended Growth Biological Processes; Chapter 24. Secondary Treatment by Attached Growth and Hybrid Biological Processes; Chapter 25. Secondary Settling, Disinfection, and Postaeration; Chapter 26. Tertiary Treatment; Chapter 27. Wastewater Plant Residuals Management; Chapter 28. Clean Water Plant Process Selection and Integration; Appendix A. Properties of Air, Water, and Selected Chemicals; Appendix B. U.S. Standard and Sieve Sizes; Appendix C. Pipe, Fitting, and Valve Data; Appendix D. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Ct Valves for Disinfectants; Index
Mackenzie L. Davis, Ph.D., P.E., BCEE, is an Emeritus Professor of Environmental Engineering at Michigan State University. He received all his degrees from the University of Illinois. From 1968 to 1971 he served as a Captain in the U.S. Army Medical Service Corps. During his military service he conducted air pollution surveys at Army ammunition plants. From 1971 to 1973 he was Branch Chief of the Environmental Engineering Branch at the U.S. Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratory. His responsibilities included supervision of research on air, noise, and water pollution control and solid waste management for Army facilities. In 1973, he joined the faculty at Michigan State University. He has taught and conducted research in the areas of air pollution control and hazardous waste management. His honors and awards include the State-of-the-Art Award from the ASCE, Chapter Honor Member of Chi Epsilon, Sigma Xi, election as a Fellow in the Air and Waste Management Association, and election as a Diplomate in the American Academy of Environmental Engi-neers with certification in hazardous waste management. He has received teaching awards from the American Society of Civil Engineers Student Chapter, Michigan State University College of Engineering, North Central Section of the American Society for Engineering Education, Great Lakes Region of Chi Epsilon, and the Amoco Corporation. In 1998, he received the Lyman A. Ripperton Award for distinguished achievement as an educator from the Air and Waste Management Association. In 2007, he was recognized as the Educational Professional of the Year by the Michigan Water Environment Association. He is a registered professional engineer in Michigan. Dr. Davis is the author of a student and professional edition of Water and Wastewater Engineering and co-author of Introduction to Environmental Engineering with Dr. David Cornwell. In 2003, Dr. Davis retired from Michigan State University.