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Main Title Developments at Ninth International Conference on Water Pollution Research Held at Stockholm, Sweden on June 12-16, 1978.
CORP Author United States of America National Committee for Representation of the United States to the International Association on Water Pollution Research.;Environmental Research Center, Cincinnati, OH.
Year Published 1978
Report Number EPA-R-805-756010; EPA/600/9-78/039;
Stock Number PB-288 650
Additional Subjects Water pollution abatement ; Meetings ; Nitrification ; Sludge digestion ; Microorganism control(Sewage) ; Sewage filtration ; Indicator species ; Mercury(Metal) ; Waste water ; Ground water ; Runoff ; Lakes ; Coasts ; Adsorption ; Mathematical models ; Sweden ; Land application ; Storm water runoff ; Nonpoint sources ; Tertiary treatment
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NTIS  PB-288 650 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
This report is an interpretive analysis of formal and informal developments at the Ninth International Conference on Water Pollution Research held in Stockholm, Sweden, on June 12-14, 1978, and has been prepared for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency by the U.S.A. National Committee for Representation of the United States to the International Association on Water Pollution Research. Information of particular significance concerning developments in international water pollution research included: In the developed countries the emphasis is changing from energy intensive physical-chemical processes back to biological systems for removal of both organic matter and nutrients from wastewaters; a chemical-biological system for the removal of both organic matter and nutrients from wastewaters requires a design using mechanistic principles and parameters which integrate both the chemical and biological processes rather than treating them separately.