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Municipal wastewater processes
Charles A. Cole
|Statement||[prepared by Charles A. Cole and John B. Nesbitt ; illustrator Charles Speers].|
|Contributions||Nesbitt, John B., Speers, Charles., United States. Environmental Protection Agency., United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Public Awareness.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
There are several steps you would normally take when treating wastewater in a municipal facility. According to NYC Environmental Protection, wastewater from New York City goes through five distinct processes that include preliminary, primary and secondary treatments, as well as disinfection and sludge treatment. Citation: Stover, E., C. Haas, K. Rakness, AND O. Scheible. DESIGN MANUAL: MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER DISINFECTION. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C.
US EPA () Process Design Manual Land Treatment of Municipal Wastewater - Supplement on Rapid Infiltration and Overland Flow, EPA/1 a, US EPA CERI, Cincinnati, OH. US EPA () Health Effects of Land Application of Municipal Sludge, EPA///, NTIS #PB , NTIS, Springfield, VA. Chapter 1 Introduction to Wastewater Management Wastewater Treatment is one of the most important services a municipality may provide and one of the least visible. This chapter provides an overview of the process of wastewater treatment and provides information appropriate for municipal leaders, the general public and Size: 3MB.
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