CBOD analysis Articles

  • A Water Quality Modeling Approach to Negotiating NPDES Wastewater Permits

    ABSTRACTJohnson County Wastewater (JCW) of Overland Park, Kansas operates two wastewater treatment plants on Indian Creek, the Douglas L. Smith Middle Basin WWTP (MB) and the Tomahawk Creek WWTP (TC), which discharges to Indian Creek about 7 creek miles downstream of the MB discharge location. In 2004, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) issued draft revisions to the NPDES ...

  • Rapid Monitoring of Municipal Wastewater Primary Effluent - Case Study

    The primary effluent of a Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plant (MWWTP) is monitored to understand organic loading going to the next stage of treatment, the activated sludge process. This process removes organics via consumption by microorganisms living in the sludge. Knowing the composition of incoming primary effluent is important to prevent organic overloading and improve process optimization ...


    By MANTECH Inc.

  • Bioaugmentation in Sewer network reduces sludge production case study

    Sludge is an obvious by-product generated from the physical, chemical and biological treatment processes of a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) as shown in Figure 1. Sludge management, which includes treatment, hauling, and disposal, is one of the biggest burdens facing municipal plants. The costs of sludge management account for 55% of the total WWTP operating cost and 35° o of the capital ...

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