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Identifying And Controlling Odor In The Municipal Wastewater Environment Phase I

by G. M. Adams

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Published by Water Environment Research Foundation .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sewage treatment & disposal,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Technology,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Environmental Engineering & Technology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages300
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8930533M
    ISBN 101843396475
    ISBN 109781843396475

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    Assessing the input of hospitals to the amount of pharmaceutical residues in municipal wastewater: a consumption-based approach. Le Corre, K.S, Kateley, D., Allen, B., Ort, C. and Keller, J. (). Assessing the input of hospitals to the amount of pharmaceutical residues in municipal wastewater: a consumption-based approach. Practical information is provided for application to the treatment of drinking water and to industrial and municipal wastewater. The author presents material for those concerned with meeting government regulations, reducing or avoiding fines for violations, and making cost-effective decisions while producing a high quality of water via physical.

    The quantity and quality of wastewater delivered from varies among communities, depending on the number of commercial and industrial establishments in the area, the per capita in-house water use (which may vary from 1/day or more in industrialized countries to 40 1/day or less in developing or water-short countries), and the condition of the sewer system. BioCycle May , Vol. 46, No. 5, p. 22 Experiences of facility managers and site operators provide insights into preventing odors from interfering with production of quality compost. Jerome Goldstein and Nora Goldstein WHILE composting transforms organic residuals into useful fertilizer, it also can produce odors during the decomposition process – an observation well known.


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Identifying and Controlling Odor in the Municipal Wastewater Environment Phase 2: Impacts of Inplant Parameters on Biosolids Odor Quality The sampling points started with influent wastewater, proceeded through primary and secondary clarification, and continued through digestion, dewatering, and onsite storage of dewatered biosolids cake.

Identifying and Controlling Odor in the Municipal Wastewater Environment Phase I (Werf Research Report) [Adams, Gregory M., Adams, G. M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Identifying and Controlling Odor in the Municipal Wastewater Environment Phase I. Identifying and Controlling Odor in the Municipal Wastewater Environment Phase 1: Literature Search and Review A general review of literature published from to and unpublished literature on odors associated with municipal wastewater collection sysytems and treatment facilities, including biosolids handling.

Identifying and. Get this from a library. Identifying and controlling odor in the municipal wastewater environment phase 3: biosolids processing modifications for cake odor reduction. [Gregory A Adams] -- Phase 3 of the overall WERF project was developed to study eight Phase 2 hypotheses in more depth, beginning in the laboratory (bench-scale) studies and continuing on to targeted investigations where.

This project was undertaken in response to needs by the wastewater treatment industry to better understand the generation of odors from biosolids produced by wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs).

Its primary objective is to begin to establish relationships between WWTP process parameters and biosolids odors, so that more effective techniques for minimizing biosolids odors can.

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The literature review focused on several areas including odor characterization technology, odor sampling, analysis, measurement technology, and odor mitigation. first phase of the project was called Identifying and Controlling Odor in the Municipal Wastewater Environment Phase 1: Literature Search and Review.

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The Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) has sponsored three phases of a long-term project entitled "Identifying and Controlling Odors in the Municipal Wastewater Environment.". Identifying and Controlling the Municipal Wastewater Environment Phase 3: Biosolids Processing Modifications for Cake Odor Reduction (Werf Research Report) by Gregory A.

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