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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Municipal nutrient removal technologies reference document [electronic resource].|
|Author||S. J. KANG ; K. Olmstead ; K. TAKACS ; J. Collins|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Municipal Support Div.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Wastewater Management,|
|Report Number||EPA/832/R-08/006; EP-C-05-046|
|Subjects||Water--Purification--Nitrogen removal--United States. ; Water--Purification--Phosphate removal--United States. ; Sewage disposal plants--United States. ; Water--Purification--United States.|
|Additional Subjects||Water treatment plants ; Waste water treatment ; Nutrient removal ; US EPA ; Case studies ; Municipalities ; Cost effectiveness|
|Collation||[268, 181] p. : digital, PDF files, ill.|
EPA is providing this reference document to make information available on recent advances in nutrient removal technology and practices. The goal of this document is straightforward to provide information that will assist local decision makers and regional and state regulators plan cost-effective nutrient removal projects for municipal wastewater treatment facilities. Volume 1 provides key information on technologies, case studies, and capital and O&M costs for retrofitting or expanding existing facilities.
"September 2008." "EPA 832-R-08-006."
v. 1. Technical report -- v. 2. Appendices. This reference manual will help municipal utility owners and operators, state permit writers and regulators plan cost-effective nutrient removal projects for municipal wastewater treatment facilities. v.1 Detailed technical and cost information about both biological and physiochemical treatment technologies. It includes detailed process descriptions and operating factors for processes that can remove nitrogen, phosphorus, or both from municipal wastewater. Also includes data on process performance and reliability. v.2 Nine in-depth facility studies that examine the factors involved in successful process design and operation, and cost analysis.