Design of Integrated Approach to Nutrient Removal

by David L. Eisenhauer, (A.M.ASCE), Proj. Mgr.; Brown and Caldwell Consulting Engrs., Walnut Creek, Calif.,
Denny S. Parker, (A.M.ASCE), Proj. Mgr.; Brown and Caldwell Consulting Engrs., Walnut Creek, Calif.,
Ronald B. Sieger, (A.M.ASCE), Proj. Engr.; Brown and Caldwell Consulting Engrs., Walnut Creek, Calif.,


Serial Information: Journal of the Environmental Engineering Division, 1976, Vol. 102, Issue 1, Pg. 37-54


Document Type: Journal Paper

Discussion: Degyansky Milan E. (See full record)
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Abstract: The design of a large water reclamation plant to produce a high quality effluent for industrial reuse using an integrated approach for nutrient removal has been shown to be a viable method of wastewater treatment. The Central Contra Costa Sanitary District's 30 mgd (ll3,500 m³/day) facility is designed combining various liquid and sludge unit processes resulting in a very high effluent quality with a very stable operation. Because of the rigid quality demands of industrial water as well as stringent San Francisco Bay area discharge requirements, a dual computer system is used to monitor and control the complete plant process.

Subject Headings: Nutrients | Water quality | Water reclamation | Wastewater treatment plants | Industrial facilities | Effluents | Water discharge | Industrial wastes | Water treatment plants | North America | California | San Francisco Bay Area | United States

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