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" it ought to be made an absolute condition for a public water supply that it should be uncontaminable by drainage. "
Water and Water Supply - Página 122
por William Henry Corfield - 1890 - 144 páginas
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Weekly return of births and deaths (infectious diseases, weather) in London ...

Registrar-general - 1870
...but chemists be unable to identify the particular contamination •which produces that effect." " Tt ought to be made an absolute condition for a public water supply that it should be incontaminable by drainage." " Supposing th.it sewage is discharged from one of the sewers, say at...
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Lectures. Water supply, sewerage and sewage utilization

William Henry Corfield - 1874
...gets really pure again ; and that at certain times therefore very considerable danger may arise Irom drinking such water; in fact as Mr Simon said when...absolute condition for a public water supply that it shmild be nncontaminable by drainage." The water when taken from the river, or even if it is taken...
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The Laws of Health

William Henry Corfield - 1880 - 156 páginas
...of Water. — The water supplied to a town ought not to require purification. As Mr. Simon says : ' It ought to be made an absolute condition for a public...supply that it should be uncontaminable by drainage.' Where, however, the source of supply is a river, the water almost always requires to be purified on...
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Dwelling Houses: Their Sanitary Construction and Arrangements

William Henry Corfield - 1880 - 156 páginas
...water, we ought to choose a source of supply that is unpolluted. As Mr. Simon has said, " It ought to be an absolute condition for a public water supply that it should be uncontaminable by drainage." We ought not, then, to take confessedly impure waters and try to purify them, so as to make them fit...
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Van Nostrand's Engineering Magazine, Volumen22

1880
...water, we ought to choose a source of supply that is unpolluted. As Mr. Simon has said, "It ought to be an absolute condition for a public water supply that it should be uncontaminable by drainage.'.' We ought not, then, to take confessedly impure waters and try to purify them, so as to make them fit...
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Report of the ... Congress of the Sanitary Institute of Great Britain, Volumen1

Sanitary Institute of Great Britain - 1880
...practical " carrying into effect of the true principle as laid down by Mr. John Simon: — " It ought to be an absolute condition for a public water supply that it should be uncontaminated by drainage." The fallacies connected with dietetics are very numerous, but as they...
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London water. A review of the present condition and suggested improvements ...

Alexander de Courcy Scott - 1884 - 119 páginas
...tell whether or not at any given time what was noxious had been destroyed. Dr. Simon said it should be made an absolute condition for a public water supply, that it should be incontaminable with sewage, for the principle that the sewage becomes innocuous in water after a time...
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First- Ninth Annual Report of the New York State Dairy ..., Volumen2

New York (State). Dairy Commission - 1886
...that the public are likely to be supplied with at any time." Simon's statement, that " it ought to be an absolute condition for a public water supply that it should be uncontaminable by drainage," is indorsed by the opinion of Parkes (Quain's Diet.) that " the great point in choosing water is, in...
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Annual Report, Volumen6

New York (State). Dept. of Health, New York (State). Board of Health - 1886
...that the public are likely to be supplied with at any time." Simon's statement, that " it ought to be an absolute condition for a public water supply that it should be uncontaminable by drainage," is indorsed by the opinion of Parkes (Quain's Diet.) that " the great point in choosing water is, in...
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The Treatment and Utilisation of Sewage

William Henry Corfield - 1887 - 511 páginas
...referred to, shows that he holds the opinion which has been expressed in the above paragraph. He says, " It ought to be made an absolute condition for a public...supply that it should be uncontaminable by drainage." Dr. Angus Smith, while pointing out that the presence of nitrates and nitrites in river water is not...
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