New Developments in Sewage Sludge Treatmentby Frederick G. Nelson,
William E. Budd,
Serial Information: Journal of the Sanitary Engineering Division, 1959, Vol. 85, Issue 6, Pg. 1-16
Document Type: Journal Paper
Reduction in digestion volume requirements utilizing decreased detentions, pre-thickening and gaseous mixing has been a primary goal of recent developments. Advances in sludge filtration have resulted from a wider variety of media and tolerance of higher filtrate suspended solids. Other dewatering developments are revived interest in centrifugation and a new wet oxidation process.
Subject Headings: Sludge | Sewage | Filtration | Dewatering | Oxidation | Turbidity | Solid mechanics
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