Water Journal : Water Journal May 2012
TECHNICAL FEATURES ( INDICATES THE PAPER HAS BEEN REFEREED) PIPELINE CLEANING & MAINTENANCE CSIRO Research Into Computer-Aided Image Interpretation A review of current status for automatic recognition of pipe defects from a robot J Mashford, D Marney & S Burn 58 Degradation Of Epoxy Pipe Coatings Due To Diffusion Of Chemicals Failure of epoxy coating can be due to a number of means DI Verrelli 63 Buried Pipelines -- We Can't Ignore Them A review of current technology AL Ratliff 68 WATER IN MINING Treatment of Coal Seam Methane Water in Talinga, Dalby and Moranbah Relocatable RO plants for the coal seam gas industry A Davey, R Howick & R Armbruster 71 CONTAMINANTS OF CONCERN NDMA Attracting International Attention The latest news on nitrosamines G Newcombe, J Morran & J Culbert 76 WATER RECYCLING Household Behaviour And Motivations For Greywater Use Implications for policy and future research M Sinclair, J O'Toole, K Leder & M Malawaraarachchi 83 MEMBRANE PRE-TREATMENT Pre-Treatment For Membrane Plants A history and guidelines S Reber & C Frommann 88 WATER BUSINESS New Products and Business Information 91 Advertisers' Index 96 water Journal of the Australian Water Association ISSN 0310-0367 Volume 39 No 3 May 2012 contents 2 MAY 2012 water Optimised coagulation with minimised polymer dosing can reduce NDMA at some plants. See page 76. A typical dam and gas extraction facility. See page 71. OUR COVER Kids play on the Mannum-Adelaide Pipeline in Mannum, South Australia, the first major pipeline built from the River Murray to serve the water needs of Adelaide. See pages 58--70 for a selection of technical papers on Pipeline Cleaning & Maintenance. Photo by Amy Toensing.
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