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Main Title Process Alternatives for Removal of Carbonaceous, Nitrogenous, and Phosphorus Materials from Concentrated Waste Streams.
CORP Author Engineering Science, Inc., Oakland, Calif. Research and Development Lab.;Federal Water Quality Administration, Cincinnati, Ohio. Advanced Waste Treatment Research Lab.
Year Published 1970
Report Number DI-14-12-431; FWQA-17010-EVB-11/70;
Stock Number PB-245 125
Additional Subjects Sewage treatment ; Industrial waste treatment ; Water pollution control ; Carbon ; Nitrogen ; Phosphorus ; Feasibility ; Removal ; Process variables ; Comparison ; Cost analysis ; Chemical removal(Sewage treatment) ; Process charting ; Anaerobic processes ; Computer aided analysis ; Ammonia stripping ; Denitrification
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NTIS  PB-245 125 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
An approach is described for assessing the economic feasibility of treating concentrated waste streams for removal of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus (CNP) constituents. Candidate process train alternatives (using conventional wastewater treatment processes) were formulated on the basis of laboratory evaluations to assess the feasibility of these processes for separation and/or conversion of CNP constituent from concentrated waste streams. A treatment system simulation model is described which is capable of tracking material (CNP) flows through the candidate process trains, predicting the removal of CNP materials in each process on the basis of relationships formulated from the laboratory studies, computing costs for each feasible process train in the candidate trains for the specific input concentrated waste stream flow rate and quality, and selecting the least cost alternative for treatment of the stream to specified quality levels.