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Prevention And Control Of Sewer System Overflows 3e Mop Fd 17

Author : Water Environment Federation
ISBN : 9780071738590
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The Latest Sewer System Overflow Prevention Methods Fully revised throughout, this Water Environment Federation resource provides up-to-date information necessary to help managers and engineers understand and analyze an overflow problem and offers guidance on finding the most efficient, feasible, and cost-effective strategies to reduce or eliminate such overflows. This authoritative volume also serves as a planning guide for developing long-term control plans for combined sewer overflows (CSOs) and sanitary sewer overflows (SSOs). Prevention and Control of Sewer System Overflows, Third Edition, covers: Definitions and causes of overflows Regulatory guidelines Information management System characterization System maintenance and management Overflow mitigation technologies Overflow mitigation plan development and implementation

Wastewater Collection Systems Management Mop 7 Sixth Edition

Author : Water Environment Federation
ISBN : 007166663X
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The Latest Methods for Managing Wastewater Collection Systems This Water Environment Federation resource provides up-to-date guidance on the oversight of wastewater collection systems, including gravity sewers, pumping stations, force mains, and other sewer-conveyance-related facilities. This authoritative volume offers strategies for developing a comprehensive asset-management program that encompasses capacity, management, operations, and maintenance (CMOM) principles as well as the business, engineering, human resource, and communications aspects of a wastewater collection systems project. Wastewater Collection Systems Management, Sixth Edition covers: System operations and maintenance Information management Collection system assessment and capital improvement planning System design considerations Construction contracting Public policy and community relations Budgeting and financial planning Safety, standard procedures, training, and certifications Emergency preparedness and security

Gis Implementation For Water And Wastewater Treatment Facilities

Author : Water Environment Federation
ISBN : 0071453059
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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GIS, geographic information systems, is finding application in the water community on both the water and wastewater side. GIS is being considered for virtually every medium and large utility to store and coordinate increasing amounts of data. It’s utility is in managing the utilities assets from collection systems, pumping stations, holding tanks, on-site equipment, and individual dischargers. It is a complicated technology requiring significant expertise to implement. “Implementing GIS” is perhaps the only comprehensive resource on GIS for this industry. It is a new MOP written by the experts to give both theoretical and practical knowledge to the utility.

Industrial Wastewater Management Treatment And Disposal 3e Mop Fd 3

Author : Water Environment Federation
ISBN : 0071592393
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The Latest Tactics and Strategies for Treating Every Kind of Industrial Wastewater Industrial Wastewater Management offers proven methods to help you treat toxic, concentrated, and polluted water. Complete with illustrations and tables throughout, this authoritative guide contains information on the newest chemicals, significant treatment studies, efficient control processes, and the latest instrumentation. Industrial Wastewater Management equips you with the know-how for treating and removing heavy metals, arsenic, selenium, and mercury by providing detailed descriptions of pretreatment processes, design criteria, and process performance. Features include: Characteristic, sampling, and treatment studies The latest techniques and materials for heavy-metal removal Arsenic, selenium, and mercury treatment processes Applications for biological treatment Instrumentation and control procedures Design and construction procurement services SI as primary units and U.S. as secondary Pros and cons of processes in specific applications Inside: • Discharge and Disposal Regulations • Sampling and Analysis • Wastewater Survey and Characterization • Chemical and Physical Treatability Assessments • Pollution Prevention • Waste Minimization • Flow and Load Equalization • Solids Separation and Handling • Fat, Oil, and Grease Removal • pH Control • Inorganic Constituent Removal • Organic Constituent Treatment • Process Instrumentation and Control • Project Procurement Services

Activated Sludge And Aerobic Biofilm Reactors

Author : Marcos von Sperling
ISBN : 9781843391654
Genre : Science
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The first part of the book is devoted to the activated sludge process, covering the removal of organic matter, nitrogen and phosphorus. A detailed analysis of the biological reactor (aeration tank) and the final sedimentation tanks is provided. The second part of the book covers aerobic biofilm reactors, especially trickling filters, rotating biological contractors and submerged aerated biofilters. For all the systems, the book presents in a clear and informative way the main concepts, working principles, expected removal efficiencies, design criteria, design examples, construction aspects and operational guidelines.

Innovative Urban Wet Weather Flow Management Systems

Author : Richard Field
ISBN : 1566769140
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The 20th century's automobile-inspired land use changes brought about tremendous transformations in how stormwater moves across the modern urban land-scape. Streets and parking areas in the average urban family's neighborhood now exceed the amount of land devoted to living space. Add parking, office and commercial space, and it's easy to understand how modern cities have experienced a three-fold increase in impervious areas. Traditional wet weather collection systems removed stormwater from urban areas as quickly as possible, often transferring problems downstream. Innovative Urban WetWeather Flow Management Systems does two things: It considers the physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of urban runoff; then describes innovative methods for improving wet weather flow (WWF) management systems. The result of extensive research, Innovative Urban Wet-Weather Flow Manage-ment Systems looks most at how to handle runoff in developments of the 21st century: the confl icting objectives of providing drainage while decreasing stormwater pollutant discharges; the impact of urban WWF on surface and groundwater, such as smaller urban stream channels scoured by high peak flows; sediment transport and the toxic effects of WWF on aquatic organisms; the effectiveness of WWF controls-including design guidelines and source and downstream controls-are an important issue. Innovative Urban Wet-Weather Flow Management Systems looks at how source controls like biofi ltration, created through simple grading, may work in newly developing areas, while critical source areas like an auto service facilities, may need more extensive treatment strategies. Focusing WWF treatment on intensively used areas, such as the 20 percent of streets that handle the bulk of the traffic, and under utilized parking areas is also considered. Developing a more integrated water supply system-collecting, treating, and disposing of wastewater, and handling urban WWF-requires innovative methods, such as a neighborhood-scale system that would recycle treated wastewater and storm water for lawn watering and toilet flushing, or use treated roof runoff for potable purposes.

Hydraulic Fracturing Operations

Author : Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff
ISBN : 9781119099994
Genre : Science
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Hydraulic fracturing, commonly referred to as “fracking,” is a technique used by the oil and gas industry to mine hydrocarbons trapped deep beneath the Earth’s surface. The principles underlying the technology are not new. Fracking was first applied at the commercial level in the United States as early as 1947, and over the decades it has been applied in various countries including Canada, the UK, and Russia. The author worked with engineering teams as early as the mid-1970s in evaluating ways to improve oil recovery from this practice. By and large fracking was not an economically competitive process and had limited applications until the early 2000s. Several factors altered the importance of this technology, among them being significant technological innovations in drilling practices with impressive high tech tools for exploration, well construction and integrity, and recovery along with discoveries of massive natural gas reserves in the United States and other parts of the world. These factors have catapulted the application of the technology to what is best described as the gold rush of the 21st century, with exploration and natural gas plays proceeding at a pace that seemingly is unrivaled by any historical industrial endeavor. But this level of activity has invoked widespread criticism from concerned citizens and environmental groups in almost every nation across the Globe. This outstanding new volume offers the industry a handbook of environmental management practices that can mitigate risks to the environment and, through best practices and current technologies, to conform to the current standards and regulations that are in place to provide the world with the energy it needs while avoiding environmental damage. For the new hire, veteran engineer, and student alike, this is a one-of-a-kind volume, a must-have for anyone working in hydraulic fracturing.

Essentials Of Food Sanitation

Author : Norman G. Marriott
ISBN : 9781461560456
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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An Aspen Food Science Text Series Book. All of the essential information that you have come to rely on in the widely-acclaimed 'Principles of Food Sanitation' by Norman G. Marriott is now available to you in a simplified, practical, and updated format. Providing a step-by-step, hands-on approach, this incomparable text offers useful and interesting information on food sanitation at all stages of food processing and food service and stresses how important the role of each employee is at each stage. Essentials of Food Sanitation covers a wide variety of topics from cleaning and sanitizing compounds, systems and equipment to food sanitation in various types of food processing such as dairy products, seafood, meat and poultry, etc. Each chapter provides food handlers and students with interesting real-life reports of recent food sanitation problems plus different techniques to ensure firm understanding of the subject, including: visual aides; a comprehensive glossary; several summaries, study questions; references; chapter bibliographies; a resource section on how to learn more about the topic; and case studies. A thorough discussion of HACCP and how a HACCP system relates to quality assurance and sanitation functions is also outlined in the text. Furthermore, expanded material on foodservice, including the methods and principles for sanitary food handling and considerations at various control points inthe flow of foodservice is provided.

Operation Of Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants Management And Support Systems

Author : Water Environment Federation
ISBN : 0071543686
Genre : Sewage disposal plants
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"Long-established as an essential reference of the water quality industry, Operation of Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants, MOP 11 is now available in a revised and expanded Sixth edition. The first major revision in 11 years, this updated classic offers you a complete guide to the operation and maintenance of municipal wastewater treatment plants."--BOOK JACKET.

Design Of Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants

Author : Joint Task Force of the Water Environment Federation and the American Society of Civil Engineers
ISBN : STANFORD:36105000169123
Genre : Sewage
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