Water Journal : Water Journal June 2014
technical papers Water Quality When Does The Taste Of Water Become Offensive? A community engagement exercise to show that customer complaints are not an indicator of water quality MA Webber et al. 48 The Evolution Of The Australian Drinking Water Guidelines The role of the CRC for Water Quality and Treatment and Water Quality Research Australia D Sheehan 53 Water Systems Operations Realtime Network Operations Optimisation From Source To Tap A project to build a Distribution Optimisation Tool for SA Water A Duncker et al. 59 Odour Management Sydney Water's Corrosion And Odour Management Tool A new process for selecting the most cost-effective corrosion and odour control measures JE Gonzáles et al. 65 Applying Odour Control Technologies Using Reliability And Sustainability Criteria Examples of full-scale outcomes from three case studies of large-scale odour control facilities J Cesca & NJR Kraakman 72 Water Resources Management Planning For The Future: Integrated Water Management In The Ord River Catchment A discussion about the new Ord WAP AC Turville et al. 80 Water Policy Victoria's Proposed New Water Act An overview of the key changes proposed by the Draft Bill and the concerns surrounding them M Gibbs 87 East Meets West: The Relevance Of Eastern Water Law Reforms For The West An examination of arguments against the implementation of eastern state water reform measures in WA M Hartley 91 72 This icon means the paper has been refereed NEXT ISSUE AUGUST 2014 • BIOSOLIDS & RESOURCE RECOVERY • CONTAMINANTS OF CONCERN • STORMWATER MANAGEMENT & TREATMENT FOR RE-USE • PROJECT DELIVERY • SMART SYSTEMS FOR COMMUNITIES • REGULATION FOR UTILITIES An odour treatment facility, consisting of biotrickling ltration (BTF) treating 12.5m3/s.
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