By Mary Lou Bungay, Henry R. Bungay (auth.), Lawrence K. Wang PhD, PE, DEE, Norman C. Pereira PhD, Yung-Tse Hung PhD, PE, DEE (eds.)
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Wang, Principles and kinetics of biological processes, In: Advanced Biological Treatment Processes, L. K. Wang, N. K. Shammas, and Y. T. ), Humana, Press, Totowa, NJ (2009). 2 Treatment by Application Onto Land Donald B. Aulenbach and Nicholas L. Clesceri CONTENTS I NTRODUCTION T YPES P ROCESSES D ESIGN E VALUATION N OMENCLATURE R EFERENCES Abstract Various land application technologies as means for waste treatment and disposal are introduced. This chapter discusses the engineering topics of: surface spreading, overland flow, infiltration, percolation, slow rate irrigation, crop irrigation, vegetative cover, soil adsorption, soil ion exchange, mineralization, bacteriological activity, waste treatment, water removal, nitrogen removal, phosphorus removal, metal removal, disinfection, process design, land application rate, area requirements, monitoring, organic loading, siting, costs, etc.
13. Nitrogen cycle. these larger creatures through their feeding habits influence the numbers and types of the small organisms. 2. Biogeochemical Cycles Living things require an abundance of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen, and 30 to 40 other elements in smaller amounts. Each of these elements circulates through the physical and biological components of the environment in a biogeochemical cycle. 14) are examples. 16 illustrate the carbon and sulfur cycles. 18 M. L. Bungay and H. R. Bungay Heterotrophs Autotrophs Fossils, guano deposits Decomposers Fish, marine birds Dissolved phosphates Marine sediments Fig.
Rotating nozzles, which give an intermittent effect, are preferable although fixed nozzles may be used. To obtain the desired spray, a piping system and a pump to develop the appropriate pressure are required. The most common system involves lightweight piping, frequently aluminum or plastic, with rotating spray nozzles at fixed locations. In some 34 D. B. Aulenbach and N. L. Clesceri EVAPOTRANSPIRATION APPLIED WASTEWATER PERCOLATION (a) HYDRAULIC PATHWAY (b) SURFACE DISTRIBUTION (c) SPRINKLER DISTRIBUTION Fig.