Stabilization Pond as a Nitrate Reducing Reactor
Experimental pilot plant studies under controlled conditions in which NO3-N concentrations ranging from 0.5 to 120 mg/liter were added to influent...

Cooling Pond Design in the Southwest
Factors that should be taken into consideration in design of cooling pond to develop maximum cooling efficiency, are presented; importance in arid regions of Southwest; description of...

Grouting Deep Solution Channels Under an Earth Fill Dam
Stabilization of foundation by grouting and elimination of leakage caused by deep limestone solution channels under elliptical earth fill dam which forms pond for log storage at Bowaters...

Advances in Secondary Processes of Sewage Treatment in the Period October 1, 1954 to June 1, 1957
New biological and physical methods are under investigation; activated sludge units with so-called high rate or short period aeration; trickling filters; sewage stabilization ponds; removal...

Fringe Area Sewerage Problems
The paper reviews the problems and some of the means of solving fringe area sewerage problems. In the discussion the relative merits of septic tanks, package plants, and oxidation ponds...

Sewage Treatment by Raw Sewage Stabilization Ponds
U. S. Public Health Service conducted cooperative field studies on sewage ponds to develop information on design, operation, and applicability of such facilities for treating raw sewage;...

Effect of Air Conditioning on Distribution and Pumping Stations
Effect can be measured by comparison of hourly demands 10 yr ago with present demands, of ratios maximum hour to average day, and of cost of improvements with and without nonconserved...

Some Design Considerations for Oxidation Ponds
Factors which influence operation of oxidation ponds; design should be based upon proposed effiuent usage, BOD load, climatic characteristics and geographical location; uniform inlet and...

 

 

 

 

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