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|Main Title||Summary of the 1987 Carver-Greenfield sludge drying technology workshop: problems and solutions. /|
|Author||Zirschky, J. ; Walker, J.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Resources Management-Southeast, Inc., Marietta, GA.;Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Municipal Pollution Control.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Municipal Pollution Control,|
|Report Number||EPA-68-01-7108; EPA/430/9-87/010|
|Additional Subjects||Meetings ; Sludge drying ; Sewage sludge ; Dewatering ; Information dissemination ; Technology innovation ; Design criteria ; Recommendations ; Operations ; Fluidizing ; Performance evaluation ; Sewage treatment ; Energy consumption ; California ; New Jersey ; Oils ; Centrifuging ; Carver-Greenfield drying process ; Hydroextractors|
|Collation||73 pages ; 28 cm|
Four municipal wastewater treatment authorities have selected the Carver-Greenfield light oil sludge drying (C-C) system for dewatering their sewage sludge. Ocean County, New Jersey; the Mercer County Utility Authority (Trenton, New Jersey); the City of Los Angeles, California; and the Los Angeles, California, County Sanitation Districts are currently designing or constructing C-G systems. The report was written to summarize the considerable amount of information on the C-G process that was disseminated at the workshop. The objective of the document is to summarize the key points of the seminar and other follow-up information to assist both the attendees and other individuals who may be considering the C-G process. Suggestions for improving the design and construction procedures as well as the EPA/state funding mechanisms are included in the report.
"EPA 430/9-87/010." "1987." "EPA/600/3-89-005." Includes bibliographical references. Microfiche.