Phosphorus Removal from Wastewater

By

  • Robert P.G. Bowker
  • H. David Haber

A guide to selecting the proper phosphorus removal strategy in wastewater treatment.
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Audience

Sewage treatment facilities, municipal and industrial.

 

Book information

  • Published: December 1990
  • Imprint: WILLIAM ANDREW
  • ISBN: 978-0-8155-1250-9


Table of Contents

1. Introduction 1.1 Purpose 1.2 Scope 1.3 Using the Manual 1.4 Reference2. Selecting A Phosphorus Removal Strategy 2.1 Description of Approach 2.2 Information and Monitoring Data Required 2.3 Possible Phosphorus Removal Alternatives 2.4 Phosphorus Removal System Selection Strategy3. Phosphorus Removal By Biological Processes 3.1 Introduction and Theory 3.2 Applications 3.3 Performance 3.4 Equipment Requirements 3.5 Design Methodology 3.6 Process Modifications to Improve Performance 3.7 Retrofit Considerations 3.8 Case Histories 3.9 Costs 3.10 References4. Phosphorus Removal By Chemical Addition 4.1 Introduction and Theory 4.2 Application Points 4.3 Performance 4.4 Equipment Requirements 4.5 Design Methodology 4.6 Retrofit Considerations 4.7 Case Histories 4.8 Costs 4.9 References5. Sludge Handling 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Current Practices for Handling Chemical Sludges 5.3 Sludge Derived from Addition of Aluminum Salts 5.4 Sludge Derived from Addition of Iron Salts 5.5 Sludges Derived from Biological Phosphorus Removal Processes 5.6 Sludges Derived from Additional of Lime 5.7 Case Histories 5.8 Costs 5.9 ReferencesTerms