1 edition of Industrial water management chemicals found in the catalog.
Industrial water management chemicals
|Statement||project director, Teresa L. Hayes ; research analyst, Paul Dean ; corporate researcher, Sarah Sphar.|
|Series||Industry study -- 1223, Industry study (Freedonia Group) -- 1223.|
|Contributions||Hayes, Teresa L., Dean, Paul N., Sphar, Sarah R., Freedonia Group.|
|LC Classifications||HD9718.5.W373 U654 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi leaves, 240 p. :|
|Number of Pages||240|
|LC Control Number||2003283461|
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Reducing industrial water consumption is a means of addressing the global water crisis. As ofindustrial water use accounted for % of global freshwater withdrawals. The majority of all industrial water use is from the cooling of power plants.
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