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Turn On The Faucet, And Water Pours Out Pull Out The Drain Plug, And The Dirty Water Disappears Most Of Us Give Little Thought To The Hidden Systems That Bring Us Water And Take It Away When We Re Done With It But These Underappreciated Marvels Of Engineering Face An Array Of Challenges That Cannot Be Solved Without A Fundamental Change To Our Relationship With Water, David Sedlak Explains In This Enlightening Book To Make Informed Decisions About The Future, We Need To Understand The Three Revolutions In Urban Water Systems That Have Occurred Over The Past , Years And The Technologies That Will Remake The System The Author Starts By Describing Water , The Early Roman Aqueducts, Fountains, And Sewers That Made Dense Urban Living Feasible Hethen Details The Development Of Drinking Water And Sewage Treatment Systems The Second And Third Revolutions In Urban Water He Offers An Insider S Look At Current Systems That Rely On Reservoirs, Underground Pipe Networks, Treatment Plants, And Storm Sewers To Provide Water That Is Safe To Drink, Before Addressing How These Water Systems Will Have To Be Reinvented For Everyone Who Cares About Reliable, Clean, Abundant Water, This Book Is Essential Reading Water 4.0: The Past, Present, and Future of the World's Most Vital Resource


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5 thoughts on “Water 4.0: The Past, Present, and Future of the World's Most Vital Resource

  1. firemnmike firemnmike says:

    This is a fine book about how water has, and continues to flow to and away from our homes and cities Great historical perspective and ideas for the future of our water cycle My only complaint is that farm use and misuse of water was not mentioned The fact


  2. Lee Ferguson Lee Ferguson says:

    David Sedlak s treatise on the history and future prospects for water resources in our society is an eye opening look at the remarkable engineering that has helped to make our civilization what it is today His organization of water infrastructure development


  3. RabiysRhyme RabiysRhyme says:

    If you are looking for a dry, academic treatise on why humans have corrupted the earth, keep looking Water 4.0 is a delightful, fascinating and ultimately very balanced treatment of humans and water past, present, and future.David Sedlak has won many awards and


  4. CotesduRhone CotesduRhone says:

    This book is a great learning opportunity for audiences ranging from the casual science minded reader to those actively working in the water field Sedlak tells an inspiring narrative of how populations over time have risen to the challenge of developing water conve


  5. Synge Synge says:

    Today s crises involving water quality and water quantity remind us of our primal connection to this precious resource and the sophisticated technology infrastructure that we have devised to ensure its reliable delivery In the industrialized world, we truly take it al


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