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During the last two decades, the data and knowing of wastewater remedy have complicated greatly and moved clear of empirically-based ways to a primary rules technique embracing chemistry, microbiology, actual and bioprocess engineering, and arithmetic. lots of those advances have matured to the measure that they have got been codified into mathematical versions for simulation with desktops. For a Read more...

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In the 19th century microorganisms were identified as the cause of diseases. 103 104 102 5 103 20 The high concentration of microorganisms may create a severe health risk when raw wastewater is discharged to receiving waters. 4 Surface aeration in activated sludge treatment plants creates aerosols which contain high amount of microorganisms. This poses a health risk to treatment plant employees and in some cases to neighbors (photo: D. 8 SPECIAL WASTEWATERS AND INTERNAL PLANT RECYCLE STREAMS It is not only the wastewater in the sewerage that a treatment plant has to handle.

M. ). San Francisco, CA,Pearson Education, Inc. E. L. (2001) Environmental Biotechnology - Principles and Applications. New York, McGraw-Hill. Todar K. (2007) Microbial metabolism (Electronic version). d Colony of protozoa in an activated sludge ecosystem: (photo: D. 1 THE ORIGIN OF WASTEWATER The production of waste from human activities is unavoidable. A significant part of this waste will end up as wastewater. The quantity and quality of wastewater is determined by many factors. Not all humans or industries produce the same amount of waste.

In many cases daily variations are observed, in some weekly and others are very likely a function of industrial production patterns. The variations are important for design, operation and control of the treatment plant. 9. 70 60 Ammonia (mgNH4–N/l) Filter wash water can create problems due to high hydraulic overload of the settling tanks in treatment plants. In some cases it can result in overload with suspended solids. Filter wash water in smaller treatment plants should be recycled slowly. 10.

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