||Investigation of parasites in sludges and disinfection techniques /
Reimers, R. S. ;
Little, M. D. ;
Englande, A. J. ;
McDonell, D. B. ;
Bowman, D. D.
||Tulane Univ., New Orleans, LA. School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.;Health Effects Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.
|| U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Health Effects Research Laboratory,
Parasites--United States. ;
Sewage sludge--United States.
Waste water ;
Sewage treatment plants
||Some EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown.
||252 pages ; 28 cm
The objectives of the research grant were to: assess the presence and densities of resistant stages of parasites in municipal wastewater sludges (sewage) in northern United States; compare the results of the study with the results of our previous study of sludges in southern United States; to evaluate several decontamination techniques for their effectiveness in inactivating parasites in waste sludges; and develop a standard method for the parasitologic examination of waste sludges. Sludge samples from all phases of treatment (i.e., primary, etc.) were collected during the fall, winter and summer from 48 municipal wastewater treatment plants located in New York, Ohio, Minnesota, and Washington.
Caption title. "November 1985." "EPA/600/1-85/022." Microfiche.