Treating Industrial Waste Inteferences at Publicly-Owned Treatment WorksBy
- E.D. Wetzel
- S.B. Haber
Discharges of heavy metals, toxic organics and variable strength conventional pollutants from industrial (and other nondomestic) sources can have negative impacts on the operation of POTWs. Such discharges can result in an "interference" at a POTW. The book considers the sources of and contaminants causing interference, the impact on the POTW, and the mitigation techniques available for interference prevention.
Public owned treatment facilities.
Hardbound, 394 Pages
Published: December 1991
Imprint: William Andrew
- Part I Guidance Manual1. Introduction 1.1 Background 1.2 Definition of Interference 1.3 Guidance Manual Objectives2. Detecting Interference 2.1 Types of Interference 2.2 Interference-Causing Substances 2.3 Sewer Collection System 2.4 Plant Operations 2.5 Wastewater Monitoring3. Source Identification 3.1 Chronic Discharges 3.2 Isolated Spills and Unauthorized Discharges 3.3 Rapid Screening Techniques 3.4 Summary4. Mitigation 4.1 Treatment Plant Control 4.2 Pretreatment and Source Control 4.3 Legal and Enforcement RemediesAppendix A: Case StudiesAppendix B: Interfering SubstancesPart II û Literature Review, Telephone Survey, and Case Studies1. Introduction Background Scope of Work2. Conclusions Summary Research Needs3. Literature Review General Wastewater Primary Treatment Secondary Biological Treatment Advanced Treatment Sludge Processing Summary4. Telephone Survey Procedure General Survey Results Regional Results5. Case Studies Selection Process Site Visit Logistics Case Study Reports6. Results Monitoring Interference MitigationReferencesAppendix A: Interfering SubstancesAppendix B: Project FormsAppendix C: Case Study ReportsConversion Factors