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Wastewater Reclamation

by IWA Publishing  (Jul. 18, 2010)

Reclaimed wastewater, sometimes called recycled water, is former wastewater (sewage) that has been treated to remove solids and certain impurities, and then allowed to recharge the aquifer rather than being discharged to surface water. This recharging is often done by using the treated wastewater ...

Water Reclamation – NEWater Singapore

by Hanovia Ltd  (Oct. 25, 2006)

Hanovia Photon UV Systems Bedok NEWater Water Reclamation Plant (WRP) - Pilot Plant – 420m3/hr Bedok NEWater WRP - Full Scale Plant – 1,335m3/hr Kranji NEWater WRP - Full Scale Plant – 1,667m3/hr Bedok NEWater WRP – Pilot Plant - 3 x PMD320F2 Photon Systems (above) Bedok NEWater WRP – Full Scale Plant 3 x PMD321K6 Photon Systems ...

Partech Case Study: Effluent Water Quality Monitoring at an Open Case Coal Site

by Partech (Electronics) Ltd.  (Nov. 16, 2015)

Merthyr Tydfil in Wales is home to the massive Ffos-y-fran land reclamation scheme by Millar Argent, where over 10 million tonnes of coal will be extracted in the next fifteen years! So what’s the point of the land reclamation scheme? The purpose is to restore the land to its former principle use and Partech are helping with the discharge ...

Magnetic Island Water Reclamation Plant

by Kubota Membrane Europe Ltd.  (Mar. 1, 2006)

Abstract The first full scale Membrane Bioreaccor (MBR) in Australia, the Magnetic Island Water Reclamation (MIWR) Plant, was commissioned in late 2002. Citiwater Townsville owns and operates the MIWR plant. The plant was designed by GHD and constructed via two contracts. Mineforce were responsible for civil and electrical whilst Aquatec Maxcon ...

Current Trends in Water Reclamation Technology

by American Water Works Association (AWWA)  (Jul. 1, 1977)

Research during the past ten years has led to the design and use of water reclamation processes to treat water for recreational, industrial, and irrigation reuse and for groundwater recharge. Demineralization, nitrogen removal, phosphate removal, heavy metals removal, activated carbon, ozonation, costs, and physical parameters are ...

Wastewater Reclamation for Industrial Use

by American Water Works Association (AWWA)  (Feb. 1, 1975)

This paper describes the Contra Costa Reclaimed Water Project in California, which was necessitated by increasing water demands and the fact that the greatest demand for water comes from industries located at the end of the supply system. The water district is developing new sources of water through wastewater reclamation, which will provide ...

Reuse-Facility Reclamation

by American Water Works Association (AWWA)  (Oct. 1, 1971)

Presented is a pictorial report on how the Dow Chemical Company in Dalton, Georgia maintains a water system in which wastewater is treated and recycled providing adequate water for fire ...

Fitness Needs for Wastewater-Reclamation

by American Water Works Association (AWWA)  (Oct. 1, 1971)

California has been reusing wastewater for recreational and irrigation purposes for many years. However in the 1960´s an investigation by the California State Department of Health showed that many of the reclamation plants were not working properly and varying amounts of untreated wastewater were being filtered into recreational lakes and ...

Dallas´ Wastewater-Reclamation Studies

by American Water Works Association (AWWA)  (Oct. 1, 1971)

With the population of the United States growing at a fast rate, many cities will be faced with the prospect of having to reuse their wastewater. Several successful reuse projects are already in practice, but the city of Dallas, Texas is just now doing studies to determine the validity of wastewater reuse for the area surrounding Texas. While ...

Case study - bitumen reclamation

by Dragflow North America  (Jan. 22, 2013)

Location: Canada Year: 2007 Working Context description Western Canada is reach of oil sand. Oil sand is a naturally occurring mixture of sand, clay or other minerals, water and bitumen, which is a heavy and extremely viscous oil that must be treated before it can be used by refineries to produce usable fuels such as gasoline and ...

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