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Main Title Tertiary Treatment by Lime Addition at Santee, California..
Author Almgre, Howard ;
CORP Author Santee County Water District, Calif.
Year Published 1973
Report Number WPRD-5-01-67; EPA-17080-EDV; 07062,; R2-73-206
Stock Number PB-217 888
Additional Subjects ( Sewage treatment ; Chemical removal(Sewage treatment)) ; ( Phosphorus ; Chemical removal(Sewage treatment)) ; ( Algae ; Plant growth) ; Performance evaluation ; Clarification ; Sewage filtration ; Flow rate ; Flocculating ; Calcium oxides ; Cost estimates ; Capitalized costs ; Operating costs ; Polyelectrolytes ; Carbonation ; Coagulation ; Alkalinity ; Sedimentation ; Turbidity ; Electrodialysis ; Lagoons(Ponds) ; Biomass ; Nutrients ; Sludge disposal ; Tertiary sewage treatment ; Water pollution control ; Physical chemical treatment ; Sludge blanket clarification ; Limiting factors ; Santee(California)
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NTIS  PB-217 888 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
A two mgd teritary treatment plant for chemical and physical treatment of activated sludge effluent has been built and tested at Santee, California. The plant demonstrated the removal of phosphorus by lime addition and tertiary filtration in a full scale treatment plant operated under typical field conditions. The plant has a design capacity of two mgd. Laboratory and field studies were conducted to evaluate the effect of three tertiary waste treatment processess on the amount of algal growth in the effluent after treatment. The studies included determination of the absolute levels of algal growth under controlled conditions (Algal Assay Procedure and continuous culture), and comparison with field observations in special study ponds. In addition, determinations of the growth limiting nutrients in each effluent were made. (Author Modified Abstract)