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Tech. Q. Master Brew. Assoc. Am., January/February/March 1967, 4(1), 94-96 English  |  VIEW ARTICLE
The big thirst and how to meet it

E. S. Muskie

The water quality act of 1965 represents a major step in our national effort to grapple with the fact that water is not an unlimited resource. Our success in implementing this act and in providing additional tools for the war against pollution will depend on our skill in identifying specific pollution problems, in planning the optimum utilization of our water resources, in making appropriate decisions on the construction of effective municipal and industrial waste treatment works, and in achieving scientific and technical advances in the treatment of water for reuse.