Research Paper On Water Quality Of Rivers
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This paper addresses the problem of access to safe, clean drinking water in Liberia, Five pages in length, seven sources are cited.
Managing Quality and Risk Management in a Mental Health Environment
Quality and risk management are inherently linked, especially in the healthcare environment. The writer looks at quality and relevant concepts of quality management and how they may be applied to mental health provision and services. Potential quality goals and recommended quality measures are discussed. Six sources are cited in the bibliography of this twelve page paper.
Quality of Drinking Water
In six pages this research paper considers whether or not the water quality of the United States is safe in terms of problem definition, state measures, and suggested quality implementations. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.
Bottled Versus Tap Water: Environmental Impact
3 pages in length. Paying for water was as foreign a concept fifty years ago as traveling by jet-propelled body packs is now in the twenty-first century, however, the quality of today's tap water has declined to the point where bottled water has become a safer and more palatable option that consumers have responded to over the past three decades. Yet the environmental disadvantages of choosing bottled water over tap have been proven quite significant due to the necessary steps required to reach consumers. As Jungbluth (2005) found, it is not so much the content - as in carbonated or plain - that makes a greater environmental impact as it is the manufacturing and delivery aspects. Bibliography lists 1 source.