CIBSE Guide G: Public Health Engineering

Fully revised in 2004 this comprehensive Guide examines the broad scope of public health engineering, and written with the latest legislation and British Standards in mind, the Guide provides a comprehensive source of reference for all those involved in the design, specification, installation and maintenance of water systems or other piped services. It covers water services and utilities, waste management systems, water treatment, irrigation, and more.

This Guide will be invaluable to students embarking on their careers, practising designers wishing to enhance their knowledge with continuing professional development, and other construction professionals including facilities managers, architects, and local authority staff.

PLEASE NOTE: A new edition of Guide G is likely to be available in Winter 2013.

Contents include: Introduction and scope; Water services and utilities; Sanitary accommodation, pipework and drainage; Waste management systems; Corrosion and corrosion protection; Water treatment; Swimming pools; Water features and fountains; Irrigation; External drainage, local storage and treatment of waste water; Miscellaneous piped services; Glossary of Terms.

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Wednesday, 5th February 2014

Stewart Gilmour, Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE)

This edition is now out of date and replaced by a 2014 edition


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