Sulfide Control in Omaha and Cedar Rapids

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by Perry L. Schafe, Brown & Caldwell, Sacramento, CA, USA,
Dan Rockwell, Brown & Caldwell, Sacramento, CA, USA,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Environmental Engineering

Abstract: Omaha, Nebraska, and Cedar Rapids, Iowa have been involved in efforts to control sulfide in major interceptors, at the influent to the treatment plants, and within the treatment facilities. Interceptor and headworks sulfide controls have been tested and operated full-scale on three interceptors in Omaha and on the main interceptor in Cedar Rapids. Methods used include caustic slug treatment and iron chloride addition.

Subject Headings: Sulfides | Chemical treatment | Water treatment plants | Chloride | Wastewater treatment plants | Water pollution | Influents | Iron (material) | Nebraska | North America | United States | Omaha | Iowa

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