sewage transfer Articles

  • Pump Stations Transfer of Ownership

    The change in ownership of private sewage pumping stations is set to take place from now until October 2016. CountyClean Environmental Services advise on the changes currently underway. Some privately owned pumping ...

  • Nutrient transfer by runoff from sewage sludge amended soil under simulated rainfall

    Wastewater sludges are used in agriculture as soil amendment and fertilizer, with regard to their organic matter and nutrient content. However, availability of nitrogen and phosphorus from sludge-amended soils and their transfer in runoff may lead to eutrophication of downstream surface water. The aim of this study is to establish and compare the effect of two different sludges on these ...


    By Springer

  • Biofilter array ends odor complaints from sewage transfer line - Case Study

    Management at Jefferson County (AL) Environmental Services reports it has solved a long-running odor problem by tapping a 30,000 din-capacity biotilter array into a 14 mgd average, 55 mgd maximum sewage, transfer line. The 6-unit BASYS array was manufactured by Biorem Technologies Inc. of Guclph, Ontario. The array handles hydrogen sulfide at average concentration of 5 ppm, and maximum of 25 ...


    By Biorem Technologies Inc.

  • Pollutants in Urban Wastewater and Sewage Sludge

    Untitled Document Executive Summary Water policy in the European Union is aiming to promote sustainable water use and a major ...

  • Real Time Control of the Sewage System in St Malo

    Saint-Malo is an extremely attractive and popular seaside resort on the north coast of Brittany in France. Covering 1,400 hectares, the local population of 50,000 increases to 120,000 in the tourist season. One of the distinguishing features of this part of the Channel coast is a very high tidal range – 14 meters from low to high, with a potential impact back through the sewer network. Combined ...


    By Innovyze

  • Sewage Treatment Plant reports success with HACH LANGE LDO

    Between 60 and 70% of the energy consumed by sewage treatment plants is used to aerate the activated sludge. Strategies aimed at reducing energy consumption are therefore usually focused on optimising the oxygen transfer into the aeration tank. All control systems are based on exact and precise measurement of the oxygen concentration. For process engineers, therefore, the issue is not whether but ...


  • Deep and Dirty - Derby Sewage Treament Works Inlet tank

    Derby STW had a significant problem with float switches 'ragging-up' in this very large inlet works. Other ultrasonic equipment failed and the customer did not believe an ultrasonic solution could work.....until Pulsar became involved. Pulsar Process Measurement supplied non-contacting ultrasonic level measurement equipment into the main transfer pumping station at Severn Trent Derby STW, in an ...

  • Paraben resistance in bacteria from sewage treatment plant effluents in India

    Parabens, the antimicrobial preservatives used in cosmetics, food and pharmaceuticals, are often detected in the aquatic environment. Generally, sewage treatment plants (STPs) receive community sewage containing parabens, which are ultimately released into streams/rivers. In this study, bacteria in STP effluents were evaluated for their resistance to parabens. The susceptibility was in the order ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Quebec recovers heat energy from sewage in Baied`Urfe

    Energy recovery from municipal sewage and greywater offers cities a new reliable resource.  Erwin Schwartz of DDI Heat Exchangers Inc. reports on a novel application of rectangular, wide-gap heat exchangers that has worldwide potential. The Canadian company DDI Heat Exchangers Inc. installed, with the support of the Quebec provincial government and municipal sewage authority, the first ...


    By DDI Heat Exchangers Inc.

  • Concentration of facultative pathogenic bacteria and antibiotic resistance genes during sewage treatment and in receiving rivers

    Whereas the hygienic condition of drinking and bathing water by law must be monitored by culture-based methods, for quantification of microbes and antibiotic resistance in soil or the aquatic environment, often molecular genetic assays are used. For comparison of both methods, knowledge of their correlation is necessary. Therefore the population of total bacteria, Escherichia coli, ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Analysis of Anionic Contamination & General Quality Testing in Water from Sewage Treatment Plants and Industrial Discharge & Effluents by Colorimetry

    Problem The high concentration of Industry, Agriculture and People in and around the United States has changed the “nature” of our environment. There are Toxic Metals coming from various metallurgical processes; Plating, Foundry, Smelting, Milling, etc., which are readily determined by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS). Volatile Organics from the many Petrochemical-based operations are ...


    By Buck Scientific Inc

  • Mono nov helps retain the rural feel

    When designing the system, Nottingham based Control Engineers P.J. Brelsford & Son had to give careful consideration to the sensitivity of the application, located in an area of special interest, and within close proximity to the residents of the cottages. The Mono Mutrator unit comprises a Mono progressing cavity pump and a centrifugal macerator. The Mutrator issituated above a well that ...


    By NOV Mono - Mono Pumps Ltd

  • Mono nov touches down at manchester airport

    Leading construction companies Amec and Carillion joined forces in the £172 million project to build ManchesterAirports second runway and turned to Mono to provide a Mutrator sewage pumping system for the new fire station. The Mutrator pumping system consists of two industrial progressing cavity (p.c.) pumps and two M18D macerators. The system was supplied with all interconnecting pipework and ...

  • Mono is the first choice for a successful summer season

    With important maintenance work being carried out to prepare for the new season, as at many such sites, the park’s existing pumping equipment was in need of an upgrade. Site owners Mr. and Mrs. Rudd therefore contacted Mono to solve their pumping needs and provide an up-to-date packaged system with easy access, in the event of any maintenance work. The Mutrator packaged system comprises duty and ...

  • Evaluation of polishing of the effluent from UASB reactor by diffusers

    Effluents from bench scale 56 L upflow anaerobic sludge blanket (UASB) reactor and four UASB based sewage treatment plants (STPs) of capacities ranging from 27 ML/d to 70 ML/d were aerated in batch as well as in continuous mode of operation. The process was monitored by measuring temporal trend in Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP), dissolved oxygen (DO), chemical oxygen demand (COD) and ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Feasibility study of Using GVRD sewers as heat sources and sinks

    Executive Summary As pari of the Sustainable Region Initiative (SRI) the Greater Vancouver Regional District (GRVD) Policy and Planning Department has commissioned this study to investigate the use of district sewers as heat sources or heat sinks. This conceptual study examines the technology available for sewer heat transfer, and provides a mathematical and physical model of a heat transfer ...


    By RABTHERM AG

  • Mono is the key to york house problems

    The site, York House Holiday Park in the heart of the tiny hamlet of Balk near Thirsk, was experiencing problemswith the submersible pumps that are installed to handle the sewage and waste water from the caravan site. Solids within the waste water were blocking the submersible pumps, which meant lifting the pumps out of the sump to repair - a costly and labour intensive job. After receiving ...


    By NOV Mono - Mono Pumps Ltd

  • Environmental studies of Jiuhua Mountain and Huangshan Mountain

    Location: Anhui Province, People's Republic of China Owner: Canadian International Development Agency Description: An environmental impact assessment of Jiuhua Mountain containing some of the most sacred Budhist shrines in China and an assessment of ten sewage treatment plants ranging in capacity between 80 and 1,000 m3/d, and serving ...


    By NovaTec Consultants Inc.

  • Effect of ozone on secondary effluent treatment for reuse in agriculture

    The results of secondary effluents ozonation from domestic sewages treatment plants in Havana, Cuba are presented. The ozone effect on some physico-chemical parameters was determined. The ozone gas concentration is the parameter, which exerts the greatest influence on the ozone transferred. The results indicated that ozonation of secondary effluents is a safe disinfection alternative for ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Optical measurement of oxygen concentration in water

    The optimisation of oxygen transfer is a key element of control and regulation strategies in municipal and industrial sewage treatment plants. In 2003, HACH LANGE became the first instrument manufacturer to launch the LDO (Luminescent Dissolved Oxygen) method for determining dissolved oxygen in water. The LDO technology is based on pulsed blue light, which brings benefits such as high precision, ...


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