Natural Wastewater Treatment Systems.
Natural wastewater treatment systems.
Cites, Ronald W. et al.
Civil and environmental engineering series; 19
Aiming at engineers and scientists involved in wastewater management, the authors describe methods of treatment that use the least amount of mechanical elements for planning, designing, selecting, and constructing ponds, wetlands, land applications, and soil absorption systems. Also explained are residuals and biosolids management, on-site wastewater management, sludge management, pond effluent upgrading, constructed wetlands design, and vertical flow wetlands. Throughout the text are examples, formulas, and tables. Appendixes contain conversion factors, physical properties of water, and dissolved oxygen solubility in freshwater.
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