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1971 Annual Review of Literature. Waste Water Treatment Physical and Chemical Methods.
A comparison of procedures to determine adsorption capacity of volatile organic compounds on activated carbon /
A compilation of cost information for conventional and advanced wastewater treatment plants and processes /
A handbook on treatment of hazardous waste leachate /
Activated carbon adsorption of dibromochloropropane / modeling of adsorber performance under conditions of water treatment /
Activated Carbon Filter Bed Efficiency at the Nitro, West Virginia Water Filtration Plant.
Activated carbon process for the treatment of cadmium(II)-containing wastewaters
Activated Carbon Treatment of Kraft Bleaching Effluents.
Activated Carbon Treatment of Raw Sewage in Solids-Contact Clarifiers.
Activated carbon treatment of unbleached kraft effluent for reuse /
Activated Sludge with Powdered Activated Carbon Treatment of a Dyes and Pigments Processing Wastewater.
Adsorption from Aqueous Solution.
Adsorption techniques in drinking water treatment : papers and discussion from the NATO/CCMS symposium held in Reston, Virginia, USA, April 30 through May 2, 1979 /
Advanced Waste Treatment Performance Evaluation: Summary Report.
Advanced Waste Water Treatment as Practiced at South Tahoe.
Advanced Waste Water Treatment Using Powdered Activated Carbon in Recirculating Slurry Contactor-Clarifiers.
Advanced Wastewater Treatment Project to the NATO Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society. Volume I. The Report.
Advanced Wastewater Treatment Project to the NATO Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society. Volume II. Appendices.
Advances in Treatment of Domestic Wastes.
Advances in Wastewater Treatment, Pilot Plant, Pomona, Calif.
Agricultural Contaminants Removal from Groundwater by Carbon and Reverse Osmosis.
Air Cleaner Technologies for Indoor Air Pollution.
Air stripping of aqueous solutions.
Ammonia Removal in a Physical-Chemical Wastewater Treatment Process.
An assessment of ozone and chlorine dioxide technologies for treatment of municipal water supplies /
Anaerobic Treatment of a Simulated High-Strength Industrial Wastewater Containing Chlorophenols.
Anaerobic Treatment of High-Strength Industrial Wastes Bearing Semi-Volatile RCRA Compounds.
Anaerobic-Aerobic treatment of textile wastes with activated carbon /
Analysis of GAC effluent blending during the ICR treatment studies /
Analysis of Organohalides in Water--An Evaluation Update.
Application of Isotherms for Predictions of GAC Performance: A Preliminary Analysis.
Appraisal of Granular Carbon Contacting. Phase I. Evaluation of the Literature on the Use of Granular Carbon for Tertiary Waste Water Treatment. Phase II. Economic Effect of Design Variables.
Appraisal of Granular Carbon Contacting. Phase III. Engineering Design and Cost Estimate of Granular Carbon Tertiary Waste Water Treatment Plant.
Assessment of wastewater management, treatment technology, and associated costs for abatement of PCBs concentrations in industrial effluents : task II for Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Toxic Substances /
Avoiding ICR Treatment Studies by Demonstrating Effective DBP Precursor Removal with Full-Scale GAC or Membrane Treatment.
AWD technologies integrated aquadetox/SVE technology : applications analysis report /
Bacteria Associated with Granular Activated Carbon Particles in Drinking Water.
Bacteria attached to granular activated carbon filters in drinking water /
Bacterial TOC (Total Organic Carbon) Removal on Sand and GAC (Granular Activated Carbon).
Barium and Radium Removal from Groundwater by Ion Exchange.
Bench scale evaluation of resins and activated carbons for water purificatiion /
Best demonstrated available technology (BDAT) background document for addendum for K073 : final.
Best demonstrated available technology (BDAT) background document for characteristic ignitable wastes (D001), characteristic corrosive wastes (D002), characteristic reactive wastes (D003), and P and U wastes containing reactive listing constituents : final.
Best demonstrated available technology (BDAT) background document for distillation bottoms from the production of nitrobenzene by the nitration of benzene K025 /
Best demonstrated available technology (BDAT) background document for halogenated pesticide and chlorobenzene wastes K032-K034, K041, K042, K085, K097, K098, K105, D012-D017 /
Best demonstrated available technology (BDAT) background document for K021 : final.
Best demonstrated available technology (BDAT) background document for stripping still tails from the production of methyl ethyl pyridines K026 /
Best demonstrated available technology (BDAT) background document for U and P wastes and multi-source leachate (F039) volume B: U & P wastewaters with methods of treatment as treatment standards : final.
Best demonstrated available technology (BDAT) background document for U and P wastes and multi-source leachate (F039) volume C: nonwastewater forms of organic U and P wastes and multi-source leachate (F039) for which there are concentration-based treatment standards : final.
Best demonstrated available technology (BDAT) background document for U and P wastes and multi-source leachate (F039) volume E: gaseous U and P wastes : final.
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