Design-Operation Interactions at Large Treatment Plants deals with the different plans and designs to improve large treatment plans, the feasibility of these plans, the problems they might entail, and the solutions for current and prospective problems these treatment plants may face. The book shows the possible new directions that treatment plants may go to through assessment, planning, and new technology, as well as the the design for the treatment plants and the many considerations to be kept in mind in designing of one. Also included is an instructional guide on the functions an importance of the different parts of the treatment plant, the specific problems and their solutions, and improvements that can be done to it. The text is recommended for engineers and planners working in treatment plants, those in charge of sanitation and urban development and improvement, government agencies who wish to evaluate and even propose plans of building a treatment plant, and environmentalists who wish to know more about the treatment plant.
Wastewater Treatment Works Planning, Economics and Technology-Some New Directions Design-Operation Interactions for Wastewater Treatment Plants Design Considerations for Large Treatment Plants Design Period Economic Limit for the Amount of Reserve Capacity on Construction of Sewage Treatment Plant for Rapidly Growing Municipalities Evaluation of Design Data Discussion: Statistical Expression of Effluent Quality Standards Influence of the Presettling Tank Size on Dimensioning and Costs of a Sewage Treatment with Activated Slugde Basic Problems in the Design of Large Treatment Plants-Arakawa Treatment Plant Dan Region Sewage Reclamation Project An "Optimized Module" Approach to Waste Water Reclamation Design Pollution Control Regulation-A Problem of Filling Gaps Distillation of M and O Problems. EPA-Region VII Division of Wastewater Flow Treatment Plants with Small Quantities of Sewage during the First Phase of Operation Design of Industrial Waste Treatment Plants Large Pumping Stations Pumping Station
- No. of pages:
- © Pergamon 1972
- 1st January 1972
- eBook ISBN: