Anaerobic Bacterial Quantitation of Yucca Mountain, Nevada Doe Site Samples

Degradation of Carboxydiphenyl Ether via Bioaugmentation
Two diphenyl ether-degrading bacteria, Pseudomonas pseudo-alcallgenes strain POB31O and P. sp....

Bacterial and Chemical Pollution of Littoral Waters of Lake Ohrid at Pogradec—Town Area
The Pogradec shore waters exceed these bacteriological standards and provide risks to the public health. The levels of the chemical indexes clearly show the influence of organic pollution....

Back to Bacteria: A More Natural Filtration
Drinking-water treatment used to be simple: use the best source available, filter if turbidity is present and add plenty of chlorine. Typically, these are the barriers that guard against...

Survival of Coliform Microorganisms in Sediments from a Treated Water Reservoir
Experiments were performed seeking the source of coliform contamination in a treated drinking water reservoir operated by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. In recent years...

Wastewater System Design and Evaluation

Fecal Coliform Standards and Stormwater Pollution

Kensico Reservoir Water Pollution Control Study

Modeling Impact of Animal Waste in Penang Coastal Water

Biofilm Barriers: A New Concept for Waste Containment

Water Contamination: A Lesson Learned

Investigations of Sources of Giardia and Cryptosporidium to Enhance Watershed Management for Wachusett Reservoir

Effect of Copper and Silver Ionization on Legionella pneumophila Eradication

Effects of Whole Depth Aeration on Water Quality in Two Hypereutrophic Reservoirs

Application of WQMAP to Upper Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island
WQMAP is a PC-based water quality analysis tool linking numerical models and environmental data with a geographic information and display system. For this application the model set consisted...

Chemical Inactivation of Cryptosporidium Parvum in Drinking Water

Control of Microbial Water Quality in the Little Rock, Arkansas Distribution System
Beginning in the summer of 1993, seasonal studies were undertaken to evaluate the effectiveness of water treatment processes at Little Rock Municipal Water Works (LRMWW). Two treatment...

Reducing Wastewater Sludge Pathogens Using Heat Treatment
The feasibility of using waste heat to reduce pathogen densities in wastewater sludge at a municipal wastewater treatment plant was investigated. Two modifications to an existing two stage...

Biodegradation of Phenanthrene in Sand Columns in the Presence of Nonionic Surfactants
The effects of three nonionic surfactants on phenanthrene (C14H10) removal and mineralization by aerobic bacteria...

Thermally Enhanced Bioremediation of a Gasoline-Contaminated Aquifer Using Toluene Oxidizing Bacteria
The combined application of steam injection and vacuum extraction has proved to be very effective for the in situ remediation of a gasoline contaminated aquifer. It is expected that the...





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