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Table of Contents
Prologue - What is Water? Introduction Characteristics of Water How to Use this Handbook References U.S. Laws and Regulations Introduction Reference Sources for Laws and Regulations Summary of U.S. Government Laws and Regulations Natural Resource Statutes Residual Management Statutes Clean Water Act - An Overview Water Quality Standards Permitting and Water Quality Standards Zero Discharge Technology-Forcing Standards under the Clean Water Act Enforcement under the Clean Water Act Spill Liability: §311 of the CWA and the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 Oil Pollution Act of 1990 The Corps of Engineers' §404 Permit Program Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act, Title III (SARA Title III) Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHA) Summary References International Treaties, Laws, and Regulations Introduction International Treaties Oil Related Treaties ISO 14000 World Bank Standards Miscellaneous Foreign Laws and Regulations Wastewater System Planning and Analysis Introduction References and Standards Planning the Plan Wastewater System Base Line Data Production Statistical Analysis Sampling and Analysis Plans Treatability and Pilot Studies Design Basis and Regulatory Reviews Construction Materials References Wastewater Collection Systems Introduction References and Standards Regulatory Requirements RCRA NESHAP and HON VOC Collection and Conveyance (Sewer) Systems Stormwater Systems Process Wastewaters Stormwater System Design and Analysis Process Sewer Design and Analysis Computer Programs References Equalization and Storage Systems Introduction Equalization Techniques Flow Equalization Constituent Equalization Design of Equalization Tanks Physical Processes Introduction Grit Removal and Screens Low Solids Flux Rate Unit Processes High Solids Flux Rate Unit Processes Presses and Filters for Sludge Dewatering Incineration Tertiary Treatment Physical Unit Processes Filtration Stripping Membrane Separation Mixing Mixing Fundamentals Designing Mixers for the Desired Process Response Mixing Systems for Suspension of Solids in Liquids Selecting Agitators for Dispersing Gas into Tanks Drive Trains for Turbine Agitators Shafts, Seals, and Impellers Scale-Up Techniques for Turbine Agitators References Chemical Treatment Processes Introduction Precipitation Chemical Feed System Design Oxidation Ion Exchange Electrodialysis References Biological Treatment Processes Introduction Anaerobic Treatment Facultative Treatment Aerobic Treatment Secondary Clarifiers Aeration Systems Design Secondary Clarifier Design Other Biological Unit Processes References VOCs in Wastewater Introduction Industry Descriptions Volatile Organic Compound Emissions During Wastewater Collection and Treatment Volatile Organic Compound Emission Control Techniques Computer Modeling References Sludge and Solid Wastes Management Introduction Landfills Specialized Unit Processes Introduction Spent Caustic Treatment Spent Amines References Instrumentation Introduction Instrumentation and Automation Techniques Transducers Transmission Links Receiving Mechanisms Controllers Process Measurements Flow Control Level Control Overall Process Control The Waste Treatment Process Component Evaluation of Wastewater Instrumentation and Controls Instrumentation Schematic Drawings References Glossary of Wastewater and Environmental Terms Index
"The handbook provides an extensive discussion of biological treatments and describes how to calculate and control emissions from industrial wastewater."-Civil Engineering February 1999
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