Solids process design and management
- New York : McGraw-Hill, c2012.
- Physical description
- lxxiv, 1069 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
TD745 .S576 2012
- Unknown TD745 .S576 2012
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Considerations for Planning of Biosolids Management Projects
- Public Outreach and Involvement
- Solids Production and Characterization
- Design Approach
- Conveyance of Wastewater Residuals
- Chemical Conditioning
- Sludge Minimization Technologies
- Anaerobic Digestion
- Aerobic Digestion
- Alkaline Treatment
- Disinfection and Stabilization Processes
- Thermal Drying of Biosolids
- Thermal Oxidation
- Pyrolysis and Gasification and Other Thermal Processes
- Transport and Storage
- Biosolids odor management
- Sidestreams from Solids Treatment Processes
- Instrumentation and Monitoring
- Land Application and Product Distribution
- Landfill Management Systems
- Emerging Technologies
- Treatment and Use of Green Gases.
- "The Definitive Guide to Solids Treatment and Management. This authoritative resource is essential for professionals involved in the design, approval, and operation of municipal solids treatment and disposal systems. Solids Process Design and Management contains the latest information on public outreach and involvement, waste minimization, anaerobic and aerobic digestion, odors, and treatment and utilization of green gases. Significant advancements in equipment, technologies, and processes as well as improved planning, design, and management practices are addressed in this comprehensive manual. Coverage includes: Conveyance of wastewater residuals Chemical conditioning Thickening Sludge minimization technologies Dewatering and composting Alkaline treatment Thermal drying and oxidation Disinfection and stabilization processes Pyrolysis and gasification Transport and storage Sidestreams from solids treatment processes Instrumentation and monitoring Landfill management systems And much more "-- Provided by publisher.
- Publication date
- "Water Environment Federation, Alexandria, Virginia; Water Environment Reserach Foundation; U.S. Environmental Protection Agency."