New Clarifiers Help Save Historyby Keith Kelly, Project Engr.; Camp Dresser & McKee, New York City, NY,
Serial Information: Civil Engineering—ASCE, 1988, Vol. 58, Issue 10, Pg. 54
Document Type: Feature article
By using clarifiers to upgrade a waste treatment plant, Camp Dresser & McKee were able to utilize the available space so that an historic building existing within the plant could remain. A mathematical model was developed and then compared to the actual performances of 37 wastewater plants in Japan. Once parallel flow clarifiers were selected, Camp Dresser & McKee incorporated various methods to improve operations management and cut costs.
Subject Headings: Clarifiers | History | Waste treatment plants | Management methods | Space construction | Recycling | Mathematics | Existing buildings | Historic buildings | Japan | Asia
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