Technology of Bottled Water, Second Edition
ISBN/ASIN: 9781405120388,9780470995778 | 2005 | English | pdf | 424/424 pages | 4.28 Mb
Publisher: by Blackwell Publishing Ltd
The bottled waters industry has become a vital and vigorous sector of the beverage world, in developed and developing countries worldwide. Since publication of the first edition in 1998, the industry has undergone a remarkable expansion, and this has served to underline the need for an accessible source of technical guidance.
This book is unique in providing an overview of the science and technology of the bottled waters industry. The second edition has been strengthened by bringing in a US co-Editor, and the coverage has been thoroughly revised and considerably extended. A new chapter is included on cleaning and disinfection.
The book provides a definitive source of reference for beverage technologists, packaging technologists, analytical chemists, microbiologists and health and safety personnel.
Chapter 1 Introduction (pages 1–5): Dorothy Senior and Nicholas J. Dege
Chapter 2 Market Development of Bottled Waters (pages 6–27): Duncan Finlayson
Chapter 3 Categories of Bottled Water (pages 28–92): Nicholas J. Dege
Chapter 4 Hydrogeology of Bottled Waters (pages 93–131): Mike Streetly, Rod Mitchell and Melanie Walters
Chapter 5 Water Treatments (pages 132–165): Jean?Louis Croville and Jean Cantet
Chapter 6 Bottling Water ? Maintaining Safety and Integrity Through the Process (pages 166–188): Dorothy Senior
Chapter 7 Filling Equipment (pages 189–226): Fred G. Vickers and John Medling
Chapter 8 Cleaning and Disinfection in the Bottled Water Industry (pages 227–271): Winnie Louie and David Reuschlein
Chapter 9 Quality Management (pages 272–287): Dorothy Senior
Chapter 10 Bottled Water Coolers (pages 288–312): Michael Barnett
Chapter 11 Third?Party Auditing of Bottled Water Operations (pages 313–324): Bob Tanner
Chapter 12 Microbiology of Natural Mineral Waters (pages 325–387): Henri Leclerc and Milton S. da Costa
Chapter 13 Microbiology of Treated Bottled Water (pages 388–402): Stephen C. Edberg