- Author:H. Hahn,E. Hoffman,H. Odegaard
- Publisher:Iwa Pub; 1 edition (November 30, 2004)
- Pages:420 pages
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Chemical Water and Wastewater Treatment IX. Proceedings of the 1.
Chemical Water and Wastewater Treatment IX. Proceedings of the 12. th. Gothenburg Symposium 2007. 20–23 May, 2007 Ljubljana, Slovenia. uk Web: ww. wapublishing.
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The contents of this book respond to these challenges and demonstrate the impressive development of the field of chemical waster and wastewater treatment.
Publication Date: 31/05/2002. Pages: 416. Binding: Hardback. ISBN13: 9781843390091. The contents of this book respond to these challenges and demonstrate the impressive development of the field of chemical waster and wastewater treatment. The Chemical Water and Wastewater Treatment Series provides authoritative coverage of the key current developments in the chemical treatment of water and wastewater in theory or practice and related problems such a s sludge production and properties, and the reuse of chemicals and chemically-treated waters and sludges.
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The discussed chemical wastewater treatment processes include chemical precipitation (coagulation, flocculation), ion exchange, neutralization, adsorption, and disinfection (ination, ozone, UV light). Additionally, this chapter elucidates and illustrates the wastewater treatment plants in terms of plant sizing, plant layout, plant design, and plant location. Our team is growing all the time, so we’re always on the lookout for smart people who want to help us reshape the world of scientific publishing. Biological and Chemical Wastewater Treatment Processes.
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Hermann H. Hahn, Rudolf Klute. The biennial International Gothenburg Symposia on Chemical Water and Waste water Treatment have proven to be a unique platform for the exchange of ideas and experiences between administrators, engineers and scientists active in the fields of water supply, wastewater disposal and pollution control. The First Symposium (Gothenburg, 1984) provided a long needed survey over theory and application of chemical water and wastewater treatment. The Second Symposium (Berlin, 1986) was devoted to aspects of recycling in chemical water and wastewater technology.
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Learn more about specific water and wastewater treatment applications and view compatible products below. Wastewater treatment methods vary greatly for many reasons, such as the volume and composition of the sludge in the influent. Basically, the process in a wastewater treatment plant allows solids to settle out and the remaining organic matter is broken down by microorganisms. Each area of the plant has a specific function, and throughout the process aeration is required. HOFFMAN & LAMSON blowers are used to provide oxygen to the microorganisms that consume organic matter, and.