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|Statement||by Linvil G. Rich, Robert E. Opferkuch, Jr., and Charles E. Williams.|
|Series||Bulletin of Virginia Polytechnic Institute,, v. 46, no. 10|
|LC Classifications||TA7 .V5 no. 87|
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|Number of Pages||12|
|LC Control Number||a 53010163|
Dr Kani is correct. Attached is a page from a Masters thesis which shows the relationship of measured values of BOD and COD. Note that the BOD value is close to zero when the COD value is around. Alternatives to Chlorine for Disinfection H. Hajenian Wastewater Department of Microbiology, University of Surrey, Guildford, Surrey, UK ABSTRACT Chlorination of municipal effluents has resulted in the introduction of toxic and hard-to-degrade chlorinated by-products in our by: 2. COMPUTER CONTROL OF RAW SEWAGE CHLORINATION FOR ODOR CONTROL Raymond R. Rimkus, Robert Ziols and Abdulsattar Shaikh Metropolitan Sanitary District of Greater Chicago, E. Erie Street, Chicago, IL , U.S.A. ABSTRACT The O'Hare Water Reclamation Plant is a nrV s (72 mgd) advanced wastewater treatment facility that is owned and operated by the Metropolitan Cited by: 2. sumption. Fire Demand. Density or Population. Zoning. Periods of Design and Water Consumption Data Required. Sources or Sewage. Relation to Water Consumption. lnfiltration and Inflow. Fluctuations in Sewage Flow. Design Periods and Use of Sewage Flow Data. 3 Rainfall and Runoff Hydrology. Sources or Information. Precipitation. Measurement of File Size: KB.
Complete data for coliform, S. typhimurium and S. sorznei are presented in Appendix B. Figure 16 was constructed from data averaged from 66 samples, regardless of pH, tempera- ture, chlorine residual and sewage levels, and shows general trends obtained for ailconditions (pH6 or8; to 10% sewage; 0, 20, 30°C, and to mg/liter free or. Note book that prepared by Instructor. and biochemical examination of wastewater. In addition, the students will learn to evaluate the data generated by these tests and thereby interpret and draw conclusions about water quality from the results of these tests. Chemical oxygen demand (dichromate) 50 - Chlorine requirement 2, to File Size: KB. AIR POLLUTION ASPECTS OF CHLORINE GAS Prepared for the National Air Pollution Control Administration Consumer Protection & Environmental Health Service Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (Contract No. PH) Compiled by Quade R. Stahl, Ph.D, Litton Systems, Inc. Environmental Systems Division Pearl Street Bethesda, Maryland September It should be pointed out that while chlorine demand may be a useful measurement to correlate with DBP formation in the bulk water (Gang et al., ), this would not be the case if the demand were governed by inorganic constituents or by reactions with deposit materials (corrosion products, etc.).
iv treatment of waste water chemical phosphorus removal 66 biological phosphorus removal 67 combined biological n and p removal 68 8. disinfection 71 introduction 71 chlorine disinfection 71 ozone disinfection 71 ultra-violet disinfection 72 membrane technology 72 9. Basic Chemistry of Chlorination Chlorine (Cl 2) is a gas, heavier than air, toxic, non-flammable and an economically available oxidizing agent that provides properties desirable in disinfection usage. Chlorine is available in one of three forms: sodium hypochlorite, calcium hypochlorite and liquid chlorine. Size: KB. Full text of "ASTM D Standard Test Method for Residual Chlorine in Water" See other formats By Authority Of THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Legally Binding Document By the Authority Vested By Part 5 of the United States Code § (a) and Part 1 of the Code of Regulations § 51 the attached document has been duly INCORPORATED BY REFERENCE and shall be considered legally binding . Wastewater quality indicators are laboratory test methodologies to assess suitability of wastewater for disposal or re-use. Tests selected and desired test results vary with the intended use or discharge location. Tests measure physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of the waste water.