A-Z guide to soil/plant/microbe-based wastewater treatment Engineers and planners eager to benefit from the cost efficiencies and convenience of land treatment of waste will find practical guidelines in this comprehensive manual. It covers soil hydraulics, vegetation selection, site selection, field investigations, preapplication treatment and storage, and transmission and distribution of wastewater. You're introduced to: Design procedures and appropriate uses for each of the three land treatment processes: soils, plants, and microbiological agents Special attributes of food processing wastewater, with 6 case studies The use of biosolids produced by mechanical treatment systems as crop nutrients Options for preapplication treatment, including ponds and constructed wetlands Much moreTchobanoglous, G., J. E. Colt, and R. W. Crites, aquot;Energy and Resource Consumption in Land and Aquatic Treatment Systems, aquot; ... Crites, R. W., Innovative and Alternative Treatment at Petaluma, CA. presented at the Hawaii Water Pollution Control ... U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Process Design Manual a Land Application of Sewage Sludge and Domestic Septage, s Washington, D.C.. 1995. 10. Walker, J. M., aquot;Wastewater: Is Muskegon Countya#39;s Solution Your Solution?
|Title||:||Land Treatment Systems for Municipal and Industrial Wastes|
|Author||:||Ronald W. Crites, Sherwood C. Reed, Robert Bastian|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2000-02-25|