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Title:
Wastewater treatment
Author:
Liu, David H. F.
Publication Information:
Boca Raton, Fla : Lewis Pub., [2000]

©2000
Physical Description:
457 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781566705158
Format :
Book

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Central Library TD745 .W367 1999 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area-Oversize
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Summary

Summary

In an exhaustive compilation of current knowledge, Wastewater Treatment covers subjects that run the gamut from wastewater sources, characteristics, and monitoring to chemical treatments and nutrient removal. Thoroughly examining basic and advanced topics, this resource has it all.
The wealth of easy-to-use tables and illustrations provides quick and clear references, making it indispensable. Schematic drawings of equipment and devices explain the technology and techniques. With the level of detail included, you can count on finding both introductory material and very technical answers to complex questions.
It's seamless style clearly delineates what can and must be done to continue to improve the quality of our water. Wastewater Treatment is a valuable resource; appropriate for engineers and students but readable enough for anyone interested in the discipline.

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Table of Contents

Sources And Characteristics
Nature of Wastewater
Sources and Effects of Contaminants
Characterization of Industrial Wastewater
Wastewater Minimization
Developing a Treatment Strategy
Monitoring And Analysis
Flow and Level Monitoring
pH, Oxidate-Reduction Probes and Ion-Selectives Sensors
Oxygen Analyzers
Sludge, Colloidal Suspension, and Oil Monitors
Sewers And Pumping Stations
Industrial Sewer Design
Manholes, Catch Basins, and Drain Hubs
Pumps and Pumping Stations
Equalization And Primary Treatment
Equalization Basins
Screens and Comminutors
Grit Removal
Grease Removal and Skimming
Sedimentation
Flotation and Foaming
Sludge Pumping and Transportation
Conventional Biological Treatment
Septic and Imhoff Tanks
Coventional Sewage Treatment Plants
Secondary Treatment
Wastewater Microbiology
Trickling Fliters
Rotating Biological Contractors
Activated-Sludge Processes
Extended Aeration
Ponds and Lagoons
Anaerobic Treatment
Secondary Clarification
Disinfection
Advanced Or Tertiary Treatment
Treatment Plant Advances
Chemical Precipitation
Filtration
Coagulation and Emulsion Breaking
Organics, Salts, Metals, And Nutrient Removal
Soluble Organics Removal
Inorganic Salt Removal by Ion Exchange
Demineralization
Nutrient (Nitrogen and Phosphorus) Removal
Chemical Treatment
Neutralization Agents and Processes
pH Control Systems
Oxidation-Reduction Agents and Processes
ORP Control (Chrome and Cyanide Treatment)
Oil Separation and Removal
Sludge Stabilization And Dewatering
Stabilization: Aerobic Digestion
Stabilization: Anaerobic Digestion
Sludge Thickening
Dewatering Filters
Dewatering: Centrifugation
Heat Treatment and Thermal Dryers
Sludge Disposal
Sludge Incineration
Lagoons and Landfills
Spray Irrigation
Ocean Dumping
Air Drying
Composting

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