||Instream Aeration to Control Dissolved Sulfides in Sanitary Sewers.
Condon, Jr, Ray L. ;
Cooper, Jr, R. A. ;
Englande, J, A. J. ;
||Jefferson Parish Dept. of Sanitation, Metairie, La.
||FWPCA-WPRD-121-01-68; EPA-11010-ELP; 670/2-73-024,; 14220
( Sewers ;
( Aerators ;
( Hydrogen sulfide ;
Performance evaluation ;
Odor control ;
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The research concerns the evaluation of the effectiveness of various full scale methods of in-sewer aeration for reducing hydrogen sulfide problems and to develop design data for future designs. Facilities constructed and evaluated included two aspirated air U-tube systems for force main discharges, one in-line Venturi aspirator and one in-line Vortex-Shear aerator in a force main and one eductor or air-lift pump installed in a gravity sewer.