||Channel Aeration Process at Glenwood, Minnesota-A Two Year Study.
Halvorso, H. O. ;
Irgen, Roar ;
Baue, Henry ;
||Minnesota Univ., St. Paul. Dept. of Biochemistry.
( Sewage treatment ;
Aeration ponds ;
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The report discusses a channel aeration demonstration plant. Glenwood, Minnesota was chosen as a site for a demonstration plant for the following reasons: It discharged its sewage effluent into a lake - (Lake Minnewaska) and this was the only organized community discharging sewage effluent into this lake. The algae growth in the lake was becoming progressively worse each year, particularly in that portion of the lake nearest the inlet of the creek that carried the effluent from the sewage treatment plant. The community was concerned about the preservation of the lake and therefore were very receptive to try this new type of treatment.