This volume of a textbook unique in its field comes in language form pleasant to read and free from the eccentricities of word or meaning often found among advanced specialists in environmental sanitation. Both the senior author and his collaborator are nationally known among medical and lay health officers, whether in local, state or federal service, for their long and distinguished careers in research, health administration and professional education.
The purpose of this volume is to present in a form useful not only to the sanitary or public health engineer, but also to the physician, health officer, the field sanitarian, the public health nurse, the health educator, laboratory director, veterinarian, vital statistician and commercial processor and distributor of foods, the biological, mechanical and administrative principles on which the protection of the consuming public is based and the practical enforcement of these through sanitary codes and rules and regulations of local
Public Health Engineering: A Textbook of the Principles of Environmental Sanitation. JAMA. 1951;146(1):72. doi:10.1001/jama.1951.03670010076031