Contaminated water generated as a waste product of human activity.
Worthless, damaged, defective, superfluous or effluent material from industrial operations.
The discarding or destroying of liquid waste products or their transformation into something useful or innocuous.
Refuse liquid or waste matter carried off by sewers.
A branch of engineering concerned with the design, construction, and maintenance of environmental facilities conducive to public health, such as water supply and waste disposal.
A clear, odorless, tasteless liquid that is essential for most animal and plant life and is an excellent solvent for many substances. The chemical formula is hydrogen oxide (H2O). (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)
Chromic acid (H2Cr2O7), dipotassium salt. A compound having bright orange-red crystals and used in dyeing, staining, tanning leather, as bleach, oxidizer, depolarizer for dry cells, etc. Medically it has been used externally as an astringent, antiseptic, and caustic. When taken internally, it is a corrosive poison.
A non-taxonomic term for unicellular microscopic algae which are found in both freshwater and marine environments. Some authors consider DIATOMS; CYANOBACTERIA; HAPTOPHYTA; and DINOFLAGELLATES as part of microalgae, even though they are not algae.
Debris resulting from a process that is of no further use to the system producing it. The concept includes materials discharged from or stored in a system in inert form as a by-product of vital activities. (From Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary, 1981)
Chemical compounds which pollute the water of rivers, streams, lakes, the sea, reservoirs, or other bodies of water.
Contamination of bodies of water (such as LAKES; RIVERS; SEAS; and GROUNDWATER.)
Disposal, processing, controlling, recycling, and reusing the solid, liquid, and gaseous wastes of plants, animals, humans, and other organisms. It includes control within a closed ecological system to maintain a habitable environment.
A genus of GREEN ALGAE in the family Ulvaceae. Commonly know as sea lettuces, they grow attached to rocks and KELP in marine and estuarine waters.
Any of several processes in which undesirable impurities in water are removed or neutralized; for example, chlorination, filtration, primary treatment, ion exchange, and distillation. It includes treatment of WASTE WATER to provide potable and hygienic water in a controlled or closed environment as well as provision of public drinking water supplies.
The presence of bacteria, viruses, and fungi in water. This term is not restricted to pathogenic organisms.
Blood, mucus, tissue removed at surgery or autopsy, soiled surgical dressings, and other materials requiring special disposal procedures.
Management, removal, and elimination of biologic, infectious, pathologic, and dental waste. The concept includes blood, mucus, tissue removed at surgery or autopsy, soiled surgical dressings, and other materials requiring special control and handling. Disposal may take place where the waste is generated or elsewhere.
Liquid, solid, or gaseous waste resulting from mining of radioactive ore, production of reactor fuel materials, reactor operation, processing of irradiated reactor fuels, and related operations, and from use of radioactive materials in research, industry, and medicine. (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)
Elimination of ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTANTS; PESTICIDES and other waste using living organisms, usually involving intervention of environmental or sanitation engineers.
Garbage, refuse, or sludge, or other discarded materials from a wastewater treatment plant, water supply treatment plant, and air pollution control facility that include solid, semi-solid, or contained material. It does not include materials dissolved in domestic sewage, irrigation return flows, or industrial discharges.
Means or process of supplying water (as for a community) usually including reservoirs, tunnels, and pipelines and often the watershed from which the water is ultimately drawn. (Webster, 3d ed)
Water containing no significant amounts of salts, such as water from RIVERS and LAKES.
Volume of circulating BLOOD. It is the sum of the PLASMA VOLUME and ERYTHROCYTE VOLUME.
Fluids composed mainly of water found within the body.
Substances or organisms which pollute the water or bodies of water. Use for water pollutants in general or those for which there is no specific heading.
Discarded electronic devices containing valuable and sometimes hazardous materials such as LEAD, NICKEL, CADMIUM, and MERCURY. (from accessed 4/25/2010)
The extraction and recovery of usable or valuable material from scrap or other discarded materials. (from McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 6th ed.)
Volume of PLASMA in the circulation. It is usually measured by INDICATOR DILUTION TECHNIQUES.
Contamination of the air, bodies of water, or land with substances that are harmful to human health and the environment.
Gases, fumes, vapors, and odors escaping from the cylinders of a gasoline or diesel internal-combustion engine. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed & Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
Any enterprise centered on the processing, assembly, production, or marketing of a line of products, services, commodities, or merchandise, in a particular field often named after its principal product. Examples include the automobile, fishing, music, publishing, insurance, and textile industries.
Tendency of fluids (e.g., water) to move from the less concentrated to the more concentrated side of a semipermeable membrane.
Instruments that generate intermittent forces, uniformed or graduated, to facilitate the emptying of VEINS. These devices are used to reduce limb EDEMA and prevent venous THROMBOEMBOLISM, such as deep vein thrombosis in the legs.
A motility disorder of the ESOPHAGUS in which the LOWER ESOPHAGEAL SPHINCTER (near the CARDIA) fails to relax resulting in functional obstruction of the esophagus, and DYSPHAGIA. Achalasia is characterized by a grossly contorted and dilated esophagus (megaesophagus).
A process of preserving animal hides by chemical treatment (using vegetable tannins, metallic sulfates, and sulfurized phenol compounds, or syntans) to make them immune to bacterial attack, and subsequent treatments with fats and greases to make them pliable. (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 5th ed)
The act of dilating.
A type of stress exerted uniformly in all directions. Its measure is the force exerted per unit area. (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 6th ed)
Disorder caused by motion, as sea sickness, train sickness, car sickness, air sickness, or SPACE MOTION SICKNESS. It may include nausea, vomiting and dizziness.
The most diversified of all fish orders and the largest vertebrate order. It includes many of the commonly known fish such as porgies, croakers, sunfishes, dolphin fish, mackerels, TUNA, etc.
Oils which are used in industrial or commercial applications.
Use of sophisticated analysis tools to sort through, organize, examine, and combine large sets of information.
Devices that control the supply of electric current for running electrical equipment.
The science, art, or technology dealing with processes involved in the separation of metals from their ores, the technique of making or compounding the alloys, the techniques of working or heat-treating metals, and the mining of metals. It includes industrial metallurgy as well as metallurgical techniques employed in the preparation and working of metals used in dentistry, with special reference to orthodontic and prosthodontic appliances. (From Jablonski, Dictionary of Dentistry, 1992, p494)
Abdominal symptoms after removal of the GALLBLADDER. The common postoperative symptoms are often the same as those present before the operation, such as COLIC, bloating, NAUSEA, and VOMITING. There is pain on palpation of the right upper quadrant and sometimes JAUNDICE. The term is often used, inaccurately, to describe such postoperative symptoms not due to gallbladder removal.
Electric power supply devices which convert biological energy, such as chemical energy of metabolism or mechanical energy of periodic movements, into electrical energy.
A highly poisonous compound used widely in the manufacture of plastics, adhesives and synthetic rubber.
Compounds used extensively as acetylation, oxidation and dehydrating agents and in the modification of proteins and enzymes.
A viscous, hygroscopic amino alcohol with an ammoniacal odor. It is widely distributed in biological tissue and is a component of lecithin. It is used as a surfactant, fluorimetric reagent, and to remove CO2 and H2S from natural gas and other gases.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
A colorless, odorless, highly water soluble vinyl monomer formed from the hydration of acrylonitrile. It is primarily used in research laboratories for electrophoresis, chromatography, and electron microscopy and in the sewage and wastewater treatment industries.
The presence of contaminants or pollutant substances in the air (AIR POLLUTANTS) that interfere with human health or welfare, or produce other harmful environmental effects. The substances may include GASES; PARTICULATE MATTER; or volatile ORGANIC CHEMICALS.
Fresh water supply in Widley is supplied by Portsmouth Water. Waste water is serviced by Southern Water. The nearest post ... Volume 3. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1908". British History Online. Christ Church Portsdown ...
A constructed wetland is an engineered sequence of water bodies designed to wastewater or storm water runoff. Vegetation in a ... Volume 7. Biological Wastewater Treatment Series. London: IWA Publishing. ISBN 9781780408767. OCLC 984563578. For example, see ... In subsurface flow constructed wetlands the flow of wastewater occurs between the roots of the plants and there is no water ... Its objectives is not only to treat wastewater from farmyards and other wastewater sources, but also to integrate the wetland ...
Special Volume: Water, Women, Waste, Wisdom and Wealth. 60: 43-52. doi:10.1016/j.jclepro.2012.02.013. "Polio resurfaces in Mali ... 20 percent of the nation's villages and livestock watering holes had modern water facilities. In urban areas, it was revealed ... Hand-dug wells also had poor quality and unreliable production of water, suggesting that electronic wells could reduce water ... Regarding water development planning, research has shown that it is important to consult the women of Mali, as women are the ...
The oil is then effectively spread throughout a larger volume of water than the surface from where the oil was dispersed. They ... Volume 1. 22p. Metcalf & Eddy. Wastewater Engineering, Treatment and Reuse. 4th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2003. 98. Anderson, ... The chemicals from the oil which dissolve in water, and hence are available to bacteria, are those in the water associated ... Dredging: for oils dispersed with detergents and other oils denser than water. Skimming: Requires calm waters at all times ...
"Waste Water Treatment Plant Elmhurst, Illinois A Virtual Tour". Elmhurst College. Archived from the original on 29 March 2012. ... Volume 3. CRC Press. ISBN 978-1439818886. Ragsdale, Fred. Wastewater System Operators Manual (PDF). Ragsdale and Associates ... A bar screen is a mechanical filter used to remove large objects, such as rags and plastics, from wastewater. It is part of the ... As a bar screen collects objects, the water level will rise, and so they must be cleared regularly to prevent overflow. ...
Water and Wastewater Engineering, Volume 2. John Wiley & Sons. pp. 34-4&5. BankFiltration.Org (German website promoting ... Alluvial soils may also be used to purify waste-water being returned to a river after use. Treated wastewater is typically ... Wastewater Engineering. McGraw-Hill. p. 644. Bank Filtration for Water Treatment (from a Water Resources Research Center, ... Accessed 2008-03-24.) Polar, Jose A. (June 2007). "The Fate of Pharmaceuticals After Wastewater Treatment". Florida Water ...
A water wheel pumped river water some 100 feet (30 m) upwards to supply a fountain in the grounds of the hall, a swimming pool ... A pipe bridge high above both the Navigation and the River once carry waste from the glass works which adjoined the towpath (to ... ISBN 978-0-7153-5975-4. Joy, David (1984). Regional History of Railways of Great Britain Volume 8 South & West Yorkshire. David ... and also provided a water supply for the village. The pump was powered by a water wheel which was removed in the 1970s. Soon ...
List of waste-water treatment technologies Hammer, Mark J. (1975). Water and Waste-Water Technology. John Wiley & Sons. ISBN 0- ... and supplemental feeding increases waste sludge volumes. Sludge may be periodically removed by septic tank pumping trucks as ... 1972). Wastewater Engineering. McGraw-Hill Book Company. ISBN 0-07-041675-3. Steel, E.W.; McGhee, Terrence J. (1979). Water ... Both clarifiers produce waste sludge requiring sewage sludge treatment and disposal. Activated sludge agitates a portion of the ...
... solutions have been used to treat dilute cyanide waste water, such as electroplating wastes. In batch ... "How Products Are Made Volume 2". May 2011. US 5194238, Duncan BL, Ness RC, "Process for the production of highly pure ... doi:10.1016/S0040-4039(98)01584-6. "Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater" (PDF). ... American Public Health Association, American Water Works Association, Water Environment Federation. Retrieved 26 January 2017. ...
Journal Water Pollution Control Federation, Volume 41, Issue 4, p. 607-628 Water Waste System (2009). Solid Bowl Centrifuge for ... In water treatment, the wanted product is the clean water, while the waste is the sludge containing dissolved organic and ... Solid-Liquid Separation in the Water and Wastewater Industries. The University of Melbourne, Australia Industrial Wastewater ... This process reduces the waste of active sludge volume by more than 80% as well as minimizing the sludge amount for digestion ...
Biomass and Bioenergy, Volume 12, Issue 1, 1997, Pages 9-19. Elsevier Science Ltd. "Wastewater Gardens® - Biosphere Foundation ... Collins ISBN 0-00-220013-9. Perttu, K. L. and Kowalik, P. J. (1997). Salix vegetation filters for purification of waters and ... Another increasing use is in energy forestry, effluent treatment, in wastewater gardens, and in cadmium phytoremediation for ... water purification. Salix viminalis is a known hyperaccumulator of cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury, petroleum hydrocarbons, ...
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Volume 06, No. 2. pp. 109-114. Patent US3869251. Apparatus for intermixing materials in a reaction vessel containing ... Also, it can be used for decontamination of agricultural animal waste. Logvinenko D.D., Shelyakov O.P., 1976: Intensification ... preparation of kerosene in water emulsions, silicone rubber latex, etc. Electromagnetic vortex intensifier grinds and regrinds ... Volume 49, Issue 20. p. 256. Oberemok V.M., Nikitenko M.I., 2012: Electromagnetic apparatus with feromagnetic elements. ...
... despite increases in human population and wastewater volume." Restoration efforts that began in the 1990s have continued into ... Because the Bay is an estuary, it has fresh water, salt water and brackish water. Brackish water has three salinity zones: ... Oysters serve as natural water filters, and their decline has further reduced the water quality of the Bay. Water that was once ... Dense stands of Brazilian waterweed can restrict water movement, trap sediment and affect water quality. Various local K-12 ...
The drought that began in the early 1970s resulted in a big reduction in the volume of water flowing in the Niger and Bani ... A pilot project for the local infiltration of domestic wastewater", Water Science and Technology, 51 (2): 57-64, doi:10.2166/ ... Internet Archive: Volume 1, Volume 2, Volume 3. The original text of Pory's 1600 English translation together with an ... Google books: Volume 1, Volume 2. Crone, G.R., ed. (1937), The Voyages of Cadamosto and other documents on Western Africa in ...
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Sea water removes waste from animals and plants. Sea water is cleaner than we can imagine. Because of the huge volume of ocean ... Smooth skin: dolphins have little tear drops in their skin which traps some water so water flows over the water that is trapped ... the waste produced by oceanic organisms and even human activities can hardly get the sea water polluted. The waste is not only ... Sea water can prevent desiccation although it is much saltier than fresh water. For oceanic organism, not like terrestrial ...
... one must be aware that the volume of the diluted solution may not be the sum of the volumes of product and water. For example, ... "Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater" (PDF). American Public Health Association, ... For chlorinated water, one can assume the density is the same as of pure water, about 1000 g/L (more precisely, about 997 g/L ... A dilute (3-6%) solution in water, historically known as Eau de Labarraque or "Labarraque's water", is widely marketed as a ...
WHO (2006). Guidelines for the Safe Use of Wastewater, Excreta and Greywater, Volume 4 Excreta and Greywater Use in Agriculture ... Jimenez B (2007). "Helminth ova removal from wastewater for agriculture and aquaculture reuse". Water Science & Technology. 55 ... These conventional wastewater treatment processes do not inactivate the helminth ova but only removes them from the wastewater ... Eggs can reach the soil when polluted wastewater, sewage sludge or human waste are used as fertilizer. Such soil is often ...
Generating significant power from low-head locations using conventional technologies typically requires large volumes of water ... Suitable locations include weirs, streams, locks, rivers and wastewater outfalls. Weirs are common in rivers across Europe, as ... Water wheel: Water wheels can be used at low heads (1-5 metres) and medium flows (0.3-1.5 m3/s) and are considered safe for ... Gravitation water vortex power plant: This type of hydro power plant use the power of a gravitation water vortex, which only ...
R. Spellman, Frank (2008). Handbook of Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations, Second Edition. CRC Press. p. 496. ISBN ... H. Arnett, Ross; C. Thomas, Michael; E. Skelley, Paul; Howard, Frank (2010). American Beetles, Volume II. CRC Press. p. 122. ... Beetles that have water as a habitat, including long-toed water beetles, can help show the quality of fresh water. Essay ... All long-toed water beetles feed on plants that are in the water, but the larvae also prey on small animals and most of them ...
Water and sanitation services are key considerations in the planning of cities. This encompasses water provision, waste-water ... Atmospheric Environment Volume 35, Issue 10, April 2001, Pages 1717-1727. "Traffic pollution in a downtown site of Buenos Aires ... de-centralised waste water management has made a resurgence among planners and researchers. While centralised water-carriage ... such a centralised system became possible as larger quantities of water were necessary for water-carriage waste removal. Since ...
As for acylation, the reaction is normally quenched with water, and creates copious acidic waste. Using a La(OTf)3 catalyst in ... Their process generates only a small volume of aqueous sodium bicarbonate waste. Similar results have been cited for the direct ... The substitution of organic solvents by water reduces the amount of waste and the metals are recoverable and hence reusable. ... generating only a small volume of acidic waste. La(OTf)3 catalysts have also been used for cyanations, and three-component ...
More than 22 km3 of waste water are discharged into Mexico's water bodies. Agricultural use accounts for 50% of this volume, ... and fiscal policies related to the collection water levies for both water use and water pollution control. The National Water ... The new water law defined property rights over water and provided water users associations with clear rights, roles, functions ... Electricity sector in Mexico Water resources management in Mexico Water resources in Mexico Water supply and sanitation in ...
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... is used in certain waste-water treatment processes to remove organic impurities. In advanced oxidation ... The concentrations are sometimes described in terms of the volume of oxygen gas generated; one milliliter of a 20-volume ... Hydrogen peroxide and water form a eutectic mixture, exhibiting freezing-point depression down as low as -56 °C; pure water has ... It forms upon illumination or natural catalytic action by substances contained in water. Sea water contains 0.5 to 14 μg/L of ...
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All of these settlements discharged their sewage waste waters into the Wadi Qana stream, contaminating its use for Palestinian ... Volume 2 (3rd ed.). Librairie Le Coffre. ,volume= has extra text (help) Aharoni, Yohanan (1979). The Land of the Bible: A ... Volume 2. Committee of the Palestine Exploration Fund. ,volume= has extra text (help) Crowley, Edward J. (1992). "The Book of ... Volume 13. Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing . pp. 65-72. ISBN 978-0-802-82337-3. ,volume= has extra text (help) Levinson, Chaim; ...
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They argue that this is an issue with respect to the human right to water and sanitation and also from the perspective of the ... Robert B. Barnet (1970) The Constitutionality of Sex Separation in School Desegregation Plans, volume 37, Chicago L Review, p. ... leading to both discomfort to women and to misuse of the wasted financial funds allocated for the building/remodeling of such ... In both developed and developing countries, many of the organizations active in water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) provision ...
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... lake or other body of water, not the initial reaction of the metal with water (which tends to happen mostly under water).[75] ... since density is defined as mass per unit volume. The first factor depends on the volume of the atom and thus the atomic radius ... 1999). Pollution Prevention: The Waste Management Approach to the 21st Century. CRC Press. p. 15 Section 27. ISBN 978-1-56670- ... Reaction with water On reaction with water, they generate hydroxide ions and hydrogen gas. This reaction is vigorous and highly ...
... poor water quality and waste disposal, increased vermin, and unburied dead. All of these factors are closely associated with ... Arguments for a Better World: Essays in Honor of Amartya Sen: Volume II: Society, Institutions, and Development. Oxford: Oxford ... Rural areas lacked access to safe water supplies. Water came primarily from large earthen tanks, rivers and tube wells. In the ... Corpses were disposed of in rivers and water supplies, contaminated drinking water. Large scale migration resulted in the ...
As all of the pore volume may not be available for adsorption in a particular waste water application, and as some of the ... Drinking water can be obtained from natural water by treating the natural water with a mixture of activated carbon and Al(OH)3 ... is an indication of the pore volume available in the activated carbon of interest. Typically, water-treatment carbons have ... Activated carbon, also called activated charcoal, is a form of carbon processed to have small, low-volume pores that increase ...
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Because of this, many reptiles use the colon to aid in the reabsorption of water. Some are also able to take up water stored in ... Biology of the Reptilia is an online copy of the full text of a 22 volume 13,000 page summary of the state of research of ... In diapsids, uric acid is the main nitrogenous waste product; turtles, like mammals, excrete mainly urea. Unlike the kidneys of ... Salt water crocodiles also use gastroliths as ballast, stabilizing them in the water or helping them to dive.[106] A dual ...
Emptying bilge water from a moving boat through a small waste gate in the hull-the air pressure inside the moving boat is ... Aortic insufficiency is a chronic heart condition that occurs when the aortic valve's initial large stroke volume is released ... Water aspirators that produce a partial vacuum using the kinetic energy from the faucet water pressure ... 1898). Measuring Water. Providence, RI:Builders Iron Foundry. *^ "Invention of the Venturi Meter". Nature. 136: 254. August 17 ...
... for example in installations by inhabitants of areas with precarious drinking water supply, or in domestic waste, especially ... The Transactions of the American Medical Association, Volume IX, TK and PG Collins, 1856, page 704, "Yellow Fever at the ... Pools of stagnant water stood year long in city streets and proved to be a fertile ground for disease-carrying mosquitoes. Thus ... Measures are taken to reduce the water accumulations in which the larvae develop. Larvicides are used, as well as larvae-eating ...
In the adult, the volume of urine in the bladder that normally initiates a reflex contraction is about 300-400 millilitres (11- ... Urination in a heavily wooded area is generally harmless, actually saves water, and may be condoned for males (and less ... Since elimination of bodily wastes is, of necessity, a subject talked about with toddlers during toilet training, other ... In some animals, in addition to expelling waste material, urination can mark territory or express submissiveness. ...
Graziella Caselli; Gillaume Wunsch & Jacques Vallin (2005). Demography: Analysis and Synthesis, Four Volume Set: A Treatise in ... "Half of all food 'wasted' report claims". BBC. January 10, 2013. Retrieved January 10, 2013.. ... water, and energy by 2030.[132][150] According to a 2009 report by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), ... Graziella Caselli; Gillaume Wunsch & Jacques Vallin (2005). Demography: Analysis and Synthesis, Four Volume Set: A Treatise in ...
Bhumibol was the only Thai monarch to hold a patent.[159][160] He obtained one in 1993 for a waste water aerator named "Chai ... Duncan McCargo, Network monarchy and legitimacy crises in Thailand, The Pacific Review, Volume 18, Issue 4 December 2005 ... Chai Pattana Waste Water Aerator, awarded gold medal by BKU (The Belgian Chamber of Inventors) at Brussels Eureka 2000 ... along with water in his lungs.[115] He had been in kidney failure for some time and received dialysis.[116][117] By 9 October, ...
... water sanitation, and hygiene. A major focus was clean water and salinisation. Experts working on this field have designed the ... Boahen, A. Adu (1989), Histoire générale de l'Afrique: Volume 7, l'Afrique sous domination coloniale 1880-1935 (in French), ... Many felt the millions of dollars spent transforming his home village, Yamoussoukro, into the new political capital were wasted ... "Water And Sanitation". Archived from the original on 14 May 2016. Retrieved 19 May 2016.. ...
Volume 76, No 11. Pp 1-2. *^ Sumner, Daniel J. et al. July 2008. "Economic Effects of Proposed Restrictions on Egg-Laying Hen ... The waste material in these systems is far less concentrated than with battery cages, and the animals are healthier and calmer ... water, space and sanitation for egg-laying hens.[32] Animal welfare advocates assert that, in order to maximize profits, hens ... and Maxine Waters (Los Angeles); Mayors Gavin Newsom (San Francisco), Marty Blum (Santa Barbara), and Craig Litwin (Sebastapol ...
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  • Pretreated wastewater was added to the activated sludge and operated for 160 days in the reactor. (
  • Log removals of bacterial indicators, coliphage, and enteric viruses were studied in three membrane bioreactor (MBR) activated-sludge and two conventional secondary activated-sludge municipal wastewater treatment plants during three recreational seasons (May-Oct.) when disinfection of effluents is required. (
  • Communicating material in a practical manner for operators and technicians who regulate and troubleshoot their wastewater treatment processes, Wastewater Bacteria discusses the effective control and proper operation of aerobic (activated sludge) and anaerobic (anaerobic digesters) biological treatment units to ensure that an adequate, active, and appropriate population of bacteria is present in each treatment unit. (
  • These include minimizing unaccounted-for water (the difference between the quantity of water supplied to a city's network and the metered quantity of water used by the customers), adopting a demand approach, wastewater reclamation and reuse and water conservation through low-flow toilets, low-flow shower heads and faucet flow restrictors. (
  • Although reverse osmosis (RO) process is widely used for wastewater reclamation, it requires high amount of energy that has a major effect on the economic effectiveness of the process. (
  • Two hundred reclamation plants throughout California produce the volume of treated effluent indicated above and save 0.759 Mm 3 /d of fresh water. (
  • The major wastewater reclamation systems are shown in Table 31. (
  • Wastewater reclamation criteria have been in force in California since 1978, as issued by the California Department of Health Services (1978). (
  • A new technology is planned for a water reclamation plant in Cicero, Illinois that would remove nutrient pollution from wastewater and convert it to pellets to be sold as fertilizer for crops and lawns. (
  • According to the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago, the technology should produce about 10,000 to 15,000 tons of fertilizer annually. (
  • The terms "wastewater reuse" and " water reclamation " apply if the treated waste is used for another purpose. (
  • The new equipment, which includes Midi 800 and Duo 800 aqueous parts washers coupled with an Aqua-Save Junior water reclamation unit for each system, form closed-loop wash systems that meet the new environmental regulations while attaining industry-leading parts cleanliness. (
  • Water volumes protection and sanitary reclamation plans. (
  • The work of the WHO Regional Office to assist countries face the challenges of water scarcity and wastewater reuse are described. (
  • Overall, this waste-to-value concept has global relevance, since a combination of excess gas availability, water scarcity and hot-humid conditions is common in many regions of the world. (
  • The two major issues around water management are, thus, water scarcity and escalating pollution. (
  • Indeed, water pollution has put a potential strain on the existing water sources resulting in scarcity of fresh water. (
  • as well as climate change resulting in water scarcity through droughts. (
  • Wastewater reuse has been considered as an alternative way of overcoming water scarcity in many parts of the world. (
  • And there are a number of global trends that are creating huge opportunities for water technology companies: the tightening of wastewater quality regulations, the trend towards environmental efficiency, emerging market growth and water scarcity will ensure that capex on water technologies by F&B companies will reach $6bn in 2020. (
  • Use of sewage or wastewater in agriculture is becoming increasingly common as a result of a global water scarcity. (
  • Together, these three volumes prepare operators to obtain licensure and operate wastewater treatment plants properly. (
  • For persons preparing for operator's licensing, this is critical, because wastewater treatment is a complex process. (
  • For licensed veteran operators, continuous review is also critical, because wastewater treatment is a dynamic, ever-changing field. (
  • Filling its mission to enhance the understanding, awareness, and abilities of practicing and future operators, this volume provides the vehicle for the continuous learning and reviewing required by the evolving, dynamic, and complex process of water treatment. (
  • This paper summarizes existing practices and constraints regarding wastewater treatment and reuse in the Region and describes the health impact of inappropriate practices. (
  • Appropriate treatment for agricultural use from the health point of view, and the health regulations and guidelines for wastewater reuse in the Region are outlined. (
  • Adequate sanitation could be considerably expanded and pollution reduction achieved through on-site wastewater treatment and recycling systems that permit the reuse of greywater (all wastewater except toilet wastes and food wastes derived from garbage grinders) for landscape irrigation and toilet and urinal flushing. (
  • To isolate keratinophilic fungi in sewage sludge from wastewater treatment plants in Sari city, Mazandaran province, Islamic Republic of Iran, samples were taken from 7 plants with different sewage treatment technologies. (
  • A COVID-19 wastewater surveillance sampling strategy should be driven by state, tribal, local, and territorial public health needs with strong engagement from wastewater treatment plants. (
  • Sampling wastewater for SARS-CoV-2 as it enters a treatment plant (referred to as untreated influent) is used to evaluate trends in infection within the community contributing water to the sewer system. (
  • Select the number of treatment plants for community-level wastewater disease surveillance based on the public health data needs in the region and availability of resources. (
  • Bioelectrochemical systems (BES) and forward osmosis (FO) are two emerging technologies with great potential for energy-efficient water/wastewater treatment. (
  • The findings encourage further investigation and development for efficient coordination between BES and FO towards an integrated system for wastewater treatment and reuse. (
  • Lu Y, Qin M, Yuan H, Abu-Reesh IM, He Z. When Bioelectrochemical Systems Meet Forward Osmosis: Accomplishing Wastewater Treatment and Reuse through Synergy. (
  • They make operations easier and help plants with nutrient-limited wastewater streams meet their treatment goals. (
  • Products in the Novozymes BioRemove® portfolio cover both nitrification and denitrification in a wide range of wastewater types and treatment processes. (
  • Novozymes BioEase® 2305 contains hydrocarbon-degrading microorganisms stimulate biological degradation of oily residuals for speedy removal, as well as initiating biological treatment of rinse water. (
  • The use of alternative sources of water such as seawater desalination and the reuse of wastewater after appropriate treatment is therefore necessary. (
  • Furthermore, the protection of natural water resources and development of new technologies for water and wastewater treatment for reuse are key priorities of the twenty-first century. (
  • This is because wastewater represents a suitable water source that can be used after appropriate treatment to reduce the fresh water demand and to lower the environmental impact of wastewater discharge [ 3 ]. (
  • Since natural wastewater treatment systems (waste stabilization ponds and constructed wetlands) require low maintenance and operational costs, have low mechanical technology and energy consumption, they are ideal for sustainable sanitation services. (
  • In addition, natural wastewater treatment systems are reported to efficiently remove various pathogenic organisms from wastewater. (
  • This chapter explains the role of natural wastewater treatment systems as sustainable sanitation facilities in removing STH from wastewater and therefore preventing disease transmission. (
  • Industrial wastewater treatment describes the processes used for treating wastewater that is produced by industries as an undesirable by-product. (
  • After treatment, the treated industrial wastewater (or effluent) may be reused or released to a sanitary sewer or to a surface water in the environment. (
  • Technological advancements in ion-exchange membranes and electrodialysis systems has enabled high efficiency treatment of flue-gas desulfurization wastewater to meet recent EPA discharge limits. (
  • The treatment approach is similar for other highly scaling industrial wastewaters. (
  • Wastewater generated from agricultural and food processing operations has distinctive characteristics that set it apart from common municipal wastewater managed by public or private sewage treatment plants throughout the world: it is biodegradable and non-toxic, but has high Biological Oxygen Demand (BOD) and suspended solids (SS). (
  • Many food processing facilities require on-site treatment before operational wastewater can be land applied or discharged to a waterway or a sewer system. (
  • This volume addresses hospital effluents in terms of their composition and the management and treatment strategies currently (being) adopted around the globe. (
  • Another focus is on management strategies (dedicated hospital wastewater treatment, or a combined approach also involving urban wastewater) and currently adopted treatments to reduce the released pollutant load. (
  • The respective chapters, written by experts in the different fields, provide useful information for a broad audience: scientists involved in the management and treatment of hospital effluents and wastewater containing micropollutants, administrators and decision-makers, legislators involved in the authorization and management of healthcare structure effluents, and environmental engineers involved in the design of wastewater treatment plants, as well as newcomers and students interested in these issues. (
  • This Handbook is an authoritative reference for process and plant engineers, water treatment plant operators and environmental consultants. (
  • Practical information is provided for application to the treatment of drinking water and to industrial and municipal wastewater. (
  • students taking courses in Environmental Engineering Processes, Theory of Treatment Processes, Solid Waste Engineering, Environmental Control of Oil and Hazardous Materials. (
  • ZnO microcrystal showed also good photocatalytic activity for dye wastewater treatment [ 5 ]. (
  • 7. Aging municipal infrastructure 7 When Bigger Isn't Better: Decentralized Wastewater Treatment Systems (Environ. (
  • KANAWHA - According to Kanawha wastewater treatment staff, a lagoon at the treatment plant failed sometime recently, probably after 11 a.m. Sunday morning, sending treated wastewater into West Otter Creek. (
  • For irrigation of fodder, fibre and seed crops the wastewater need only have received primary treatment. (
  • here an adequately disinfected, oxidized, coagulated, clarified, filtered wastewater is required, or a wastewater treated by a sequence of unit processes assuming an equivalent degree of treatment and reliability. (
  • Forward osmosis (FO) has the potential to improve the energy efficiency of membrane-based water treatment by leveraging waste heat from steam electric power generation as the primary driving force for separation. (
  • We find that the upper bound of FO water treatment capacity using low-grade heat sources at electric power facilities exceeds process water treatment demand for boiler water make-up and flue gas desulfurization wastewater systems. (
  • 2.7 BIOSOLIDS HANDLING The wastewater treatment unit processes described to this point remove solids and BOD from the waste stream before the liquid effluent is discharged to its receiving waters. (
  • The most costly and complex aspect of wastewater treatment can be the collection, processing, and disposal of sludge, because the quantity of sludge produced may be as high as 2% of the original volume of wastewater, depending somewhat on the treatment process being used. (
  • Because sludge can be as much as 97% water content and because the cost of disposal will be related to the volume of sludge being processed, one of the primary purposes or goals of sludge treatment (along with stabilizing it so it is no longer objectionable or environmentally damaging) is to separate as much of the water from the solids as possible. (
  • Note: Wastewater solids account for more than half of the total costs in a typical secondary treatment plant. (
  • Wastewater sludge is generated in primary, secondary, and chemical treatment processes. (
  • In a historical survey, Van der Ryn provides the basic facts concerning human wastes, and describes safe designs for toilets that reduce water consumption and avert the necessity for expensive and unreliable treatment systems. (
  • The food and beverage sector is a multi-billion dollar market for water and wastewater treatment technologies. (
  • The sheer diversity of the products, processing steps, water and wastewater treatment needs of food and drink companies opens up many ways to access the market. (
  • MICHAEL H. GERARDI holds an MS in biology from James Madison University and provides wastewater operator training and troubleshooting of municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants in the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, and Europe. (
  • 1988. Innovative technologies for hazardous waste treatment. (
  • Introduction The major goals of any process for the treatment of waste water streams are a low concentrate *Corresponding author. (
  • We are enlisted amongst the well-reputed water treatment chemicals manufacturers of the industry. (
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  • Advanced Waste Treatment Research Lab. (
  • To study methanol-fed denitrification biofilters of municipal wastewater treatment plants, bacterial communities of two full-scale biofilters were compared through fingerprinting and sequencing of the 16S rRNA genes. (
  • Corona F, Mulas M, Haimi H, Sundell L, Heinonen M, Vahala R (2013) Monitoring nitrate concentrations in the denitrifying post-filtration unit of a municipal wastewater treatment plant. (
  • Many Wastewater Treatment Works (WwTW) have MCERTS flow monitoring equipment at the works outlet only, which poses difficulties for assessing compliance with discharge permit conditions for Flow to Full Treatment (FFT). (
  • A paradigm shift is underway in wastewater treatment as the industry heads toward ~3% of global electricity consumption and contributes ~1.6% of greenhouse gas emissions. (
  • This Review summarizes alternative wastewater treatment pathways capable of simultaneous CO 2 capture and utilization, and demonstrates the environmental and economic benefits of microbial electrochemical and phototrophic processes. (
  • Preliminary estimates demonstrate that re-envisioning wastewater treatment may entirely offset the industry's greenhouse gas footprint and make it a globally significant contributor of negative carbon emissions. (
  • Fig. 1: The different CCU processes that can be integrated with wastewater treatment. (
  • McCarty, P. L., Bae, J. & Kim, J. Domestic wastewater treatment as a net energy producer-can this be achieved? (
  • Rosso, D. & Stenstrom, M. K. The carbon-sequestration potential of municipal wastewater treatment. (
  • Shahabadi, M. B., Yerushalmi, L. & Haghighat, F. Impact of process design on greenhouse gas (GHG) generation by wastewater treatment plants. (
  • Griffith, D. R., Barnes, R. T. & Raymond, P. A. Inputs of fossil carbon from wastewater treatment plants to US rivers and oceans. (
  • After treatment at a wastewater treatment plant , treated wastewater (also called effluent) is discharged to a receiving water body. (
  • Wastewater that is discharged to the environment without suitable treatment can cause water pollution . (
  • Water, Volume 11, Issue 4 (April 2019) Water Resources Management and Governance, Water-Food-Energy Nexus, Hydrology, Water and Wastewater Treatment, Quality and Ecosystems, Water Use and Security and More! (
  • Hydraulic industrial filter press is the latest water treatment equipment of the our company. (
  • This study was undertaken to develop an integrated approach for the treatment of wastewaters from the phosphate industry. (
  • Wastewater Treatment by Reverse Osmosis Process: State of the Art and Process Modelling is part of a two-volume set that provides a one-stop-shop for reverse osmosis (RO), outlining its scope and limitations for the removal of organic compounds from wastewater. (
  • Constructed Wetlands: Hydraulic Design provides fundamental information on internal wetland hydraulic and biochemical processes, as well as practical guidance on the effective design of wetlands for water treatment. (
  • The treatment of sludge by solar drying under a greenhouse is a technique increasingly used for small and medium sized wastewater treatment plants. (
  • 1 Introduction The treatment of domestic wastewater produces large quantities of residual sludge. (
  • Sun drying whilst covered is a technique increasingly used for small and medium sized wastewater treatment plants. (
  • Occurrence and partitioning of antibiotic compounds found in the water column and bottom sediments from a stream receiving two wastewater treatment plant effluents in northern New Jersey, 2008. (
  • An urban watershed in northern New Jersey was studied to determine the presence of four classes of antibiotic compounds (macrolides, fluoroquinolones, sulfonamides, and tetracyclines) and six degradates in the water column and bottom sediments upstream and downstream from the discharges of two wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) and a drinking-water intake (DWI). (
  • Wastewater in the municipal waste water treatment plant, was treated by a membrane bioreactor (MBR) as a tertiary treatment. (
  • Reclaimed urban water (RW) is the domestic wastewater that has received tertiary treatment and disinfection. (
  • Residues of antimicrobial drugs and their metabolites, antibiotic resistance genes (ARGs), and antibiotic resistant bacteria (ARBs), are continuously introduced into the aquatic environment from hospital wastewater discharges and municipal wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) effluents. (
  • To investigate the role of wastewater discharges from health facilities via hospital wastewater outlet pipes and from municipal wastewater treatment on the dissemination of ARGs and ARBs in the environment and to study how antimicrobials in water contribute to the prevalence of intestinal carriage of ARBs in developing countries where untreated hospital and urban wastewater effluents are commonly discharged into rivers and streams. (
  • Real-time quantification of Pseudomonas aeruginosa was performed in various wastewater systems including clinical, municipal wastewaters and inflow from a wastewater treatment plant. (
  • In some cases they were also cultivated from effluent of a wastewater treatment plant, and from its downstream river water. (
  • Hydrologic modeling with Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) and SWAT Calibration and Uncertainty Program (SWAT-CUP) was used to simulate streamflow and nitrogen levels in the Hunt River with and without onsite wastewater treatment systems (OWTS). (
  • The Commission was originally formed after Alberta Environment informed the municipalities to the south, west and north of Red Deer that they would need to pipe their wastewater to the city's wastewater treatment plant, a facility that will ultimately become the regional hub for this activity. (
  • The objective of the Commission is was to design, construct and operate the regional wastewater transmission system that collects the wastewater from the member municipalities, and transfers it to the City of Red Deer's wastewater treatment plant. (
  • The south leg of the project has an estimated cost of C$107 million dollars with an additional C$40 million for upgrades and expansion the City's wastewater treatment facility. (
  • The goal of Wastewater Bacteria is to enable plant operators to achieve the twofold basic objectives of wastewater treatment-to degrade organic wastes to a level where a significant, dissolved oxygen demand is not exerted upon receiving waters and to remove nutrients to levels where photosynthetic organisms in receiving waters are limited in their growth. (
  • This straightforward manual equips plant technicians to meet these objectives with essential information to understand the biological processes and organisms involved in wastewater treatment. (
  • Students achieve general expertise about dimensioning, management and functional testing of wastewater treatment plants together with main rules of solid waste management. (
  • Part 2) Urban wastewater treatment: Kinetics and biochemistry of bacterial and algal biomass. (
  • Full-scale domestic wastewater treatment plant. (
  • During exercise hours are analyzed and discussed different biologic wastewater treatment plant schemes based on suspended biomass. (
  • In order to properly assess such achievement the examination is composed of three questions, each related to one of three main parts of the course program: Wastewater, Urban wastewater treatment, Solid waste ad air emissions. (
  • an harvest of existing technical laws regarding: water resources collection, outfall regulation, treatment and reuse of wastewater. (
  • Ecolabs designed and now manages the wastewater treatment process for a Northern Californian vineyard producing premium varietal wines for global markets. (
  • Treatment and release of wastewater had to meet their high corporate standards. (
  • As such, an effective treatment process, for the wastewater generated by the plant, had to be designed. (
  • Part of the Water, Energy and Waste Solutions division, Ecovation Inc., which specializes in water treatment and wastewater treatment solutions that lower operating costs and raise energy efficiency, was the Ecolabs subsidiary responsible for the design. (
  • This dry excreta management system (or "dry sanitation " system) is an alternative to pit latrines and flush toilets , especially where water is scarce, a connection to a sewer system and centralized wastewater treatment plant is not feasible or desired, fertilizer and soil conditioner are needed for agriculture, or groundwater pollution should be minimized. (
  • Water management initiatives should promote continuous improvement in the form of reducing water consumption, attaining water savings, effective water treatment, efficient water usage, and responsible disposal practices. (
  • Initiatives for water management may include rainwater harvesting, wastewater treatment for water reuse, in-process recirculation systems, dry process technologies to conserve water, water pressure management, and loss prevention. (
  • Wastewater management is comprised of various initiatives aimed at the effective and justified use, treatment, storage, transfer and disposal of water. (
  • If wastewater treatment takes place outside of the organization's premises, is your organization aware of the effectiveness of the treatment? (
  • Does your organization treat wastewater before discharge (pre-treatment) to reduce adverse environmental impacts? (
  • A biosorption column and a settling tank were operated for 6 months with combined municipal and industrial wastewaters (1 m 3 /hr) to study the effect of dissolved oxygen (DO) levels and Fe 3+ dosage on removal efficiency of dissolved and suspended organics prior to biological treatment. (
  • This is a significant improvement compared to the conventional primary sedimentation tank, and the process is a promising alternative for the pre-treatment of industrial wastewater. (
  • Conventional wastewater treatment plants include a primary sedimentation tank (PST) to remove suspended solids and organics. (
  • To compare treatment options, absorption isotherms for PVP on granular activated carbon (GAC) in water and in the synthetic phase- inversion wastewater matrix were determined. (
  • These waste streams are typically high in total organic carbon (TOC) and chemical oxygen demand (COD) and are often treated in biological treatment systems (Huh et al. (
  • 2004). Treatment of these waste streams is complicated by additives, such as PVP and ethoxylated surfactants, which are poorly biodegraded and can create fouling and foaming problems in biological treatment systems (Trimpin et al. (
  • Urban Waste Water treatment Directive concerns the collection, treatment and discharge of urban waste water and the treatment and discharge of waste water from certain industrial sectors. (
  • The dataset is divided into tables on: reported period, receiving areas, agglomerations, urban waste water treatment plants (UWWTPs), links agglomerations - UWWTPs, discharge points, and (at Member State level) sludge handling and treated waste water re-use. (
  • Waste stabilization ponds (WSPs or stabilization ponds or waste stabilization lagoons) are ponds designed and built for wastewater treatment to reduce the organic content and remove pathogens from wastewater. (
  • Wastewater or "influent" enters on one side of the waste stabilization pond and exits on the other side as "effluent", after spending several days in the pond, during which treatment processes take place. (
  • Waste stabilization ponds are used worldwide for wastewater treatment and are especially suitable for developing countries that have warm climates. (
  • After treatment, the effluent may be returned to surface water or reused as irrigation water (or reclaimed water) if the effluent meets the required effluent standards (e.g. sufficiently low levels of pathogens). (
  • Waste stabilization ponds involve natural treatment processes which take time because removal rates are slow. (
  • The ponds receive wastewater, and, by natural processes similar to those that take place in the surface waters, carry out stabilization of the organic matter inside them, as part of the treatment. (
  • Fortunately, solutions are available which reduce water consumption and demand in an environmentally acceptable manner. (
  • A number of technologies and devices can help water users to reduce their consumption and demand without any appreciable impact on lifestyles. (
  • Water for Food & Beverage highlights the links between efficient water management and improved energy and water consumption. (
  • Water management practices should be related to the magnitude and cost of a facility's water consumption. (
  • Does your organization monitor your total water consumption and the amount of water reused or recycled? (
  • Does the organization take measures to reduce water consumption? (
  • Does your organization have a strategy to reduce water consumption? (
  • Does your organization have targets for reducing water consumption and/or increasing the amount of water reused or recycled in different business operations and activities? (
  • Has your organization initiated practical activities to reduce water consumption? (
  • Does your organization provide information and train employees to implement measures to reduce water consumption? (
  • Waste stabilization ponds reproduce these biological phenomena before they take place in the receiving surface water and cause the pollution problems due to oxygen consumption. (
  • Plants with air pollution controls such as wet scrubbers typically transfer the captured pollutants to the wastewater stream. (
  • Two companion books by Cheremisinoff are available: Handbook of Air Pollution Control Technologies, and Handbook of Solid Waste Management and Waste Minimization Technologies. (
  • Because of the volume and nature of the material, sludge management is a major factor in the design and operation of all water pollution control plants. (
  • Water Environment Research ( WER ) publishes peer-reviewed research papers, research notes, state-of-the-art and critical reviews on original, fundamental and applied research in all scientific and technical areas related to water quality, pollution control, and management. (
  • The application of RW is of great importance to ease the water shortage and reduce further pollution by sewage. (
  • The Federal Water Pollution Control Act, P.L. 92-500, and any amendments thereto, as well as any guidelines, limitations and standards promulgated by the Environmental Protection Agency pursuant to the Act. (
  • When not properly managed, wastewater can easily become a significant source of pollution that poses excessive risk to the environment and public health. (
  • Have you managed storm water runoff issues properly by developing a pollution prevention plan? (
  • This document presents the elements proposed by Environment Canada for the preparation of pollution prevention plans for ammonia 1 , inorganic chloramines and chlorinated wastewater effluents. (
  • This document describes the proposed criteria to be used to determine the wastewater systems for which pollution prevention plans will be required and outlines the proposed considerations to be taken into account in preparing the plans. (
  • The following is a working document presenting the main elements that Environment Canada proposes to include in a section 56 notice requiring the preparation and implementation of pollution prevention plans for ammonia, inorganic chloramines and chlorinated wastewater effluents under Part 4 of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, 1999 (CEPA 1999). (
  • These stable components do not cause water pollution problems. (
  • This is one of the main water pollution problems, which may affect the surface water biota, including fish. (
  • A combination of microorganisms, enzymes and nutrients, it is applied at the water surface and sinks directly into the settled sludge layer where it works to reduce sludge volume. (
  • If wastewater is discharged untreated into surface water bodies (for instance, rivers and lakes), their organic matter serves as food for microorganisms living in the surface waters. (
  • In ponds, the most important group of microorganisms are bacteria, which utilize most of the organic matter from the wastewater, but also consume oxygen. (
  • In developing countries and in rural areas with low population densities, wastewater is often treated by various on-site sanitation systems and not conveyed in sewers. (
  • The extremely broad term sanitation includes the management of wastewater, human excreta , solid waste and stormwater . (
  • He is Past President of the American Water Resources Association (AWRA), Past Chair of the Scientists & Engineers Division of the National Ground Water Association (NGWA), Past President of the nonprofit NGWA Foundation and President and Founder the nonprofit Ann Campana Judge Foundation, an organization involved with WaSH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene) in Central America. (
  • New publications, web sites and multi-media on water, sanitation and hygiene (WaSH). (
  • In Bangladesh, there is a high risk of AR dissemination in the human population because of the general availability and unregulated use of broad-spectrum antibiotics, and poor access to safe water and basic sanitation. (
  • Does your organization's use of water not negatively affect the sustainability of water resources, the natural environment, or the availability of water for drinking and sanitation purposes? (
  • The remaining 66% of the water for the most part is available for on-site recovery and reuse. (
  • Wastewater reuse offers an opportunity to reduce demand on existing water resources [ 2 ]. (
  • Whether it is used directly or indirectly, an important consideration in wastewater reuse is its quality in terms of pollutant types and content. (
  • This report showcases the technologies that will allow food and beverage plants to meet discharge quality standards in a cost-effective way, also opening up opportunities to reuse wastewater as feed water for boilers, equipment cleaning and other ancillary activities. (
  • Assessment of RW quality was carried out considering the limit values for each parameter as stated by the current Spanish legislation RD 1620/2007 for reuse of reclaimed water and European Directive for water reuse (EU 91/271/EEC, Annex I). The MBR facility was also focused on preserving essential minerals for plant nutrition to use them for crop fertilization instead of commercial fertilizers. (
  • Raw primary sludge from a typical domestic facility is quite objectionable and has a high percentage of water, two characteristics that make handling difficult. (
  • The characteristics of wastewater vary depending on the source. (
  • The effect of preparation conditions (temperature, acidity, and water content) on resin characteristics (water regain, rigidity, NTA functionality, and porosity) were monitored to specify the best preparation conditions. (
  • Waste constituents and characteristics shall be measured by standard methods unless expressly stated or as established by federal or state regulatory agencies. (
  • Flowrate and characteristics of domestic and industrial wastewater. (
  • Part 3) Solid waste ad air emissions: Product profile and quantitative characteristics for domestic and industrial solid waste. (
  • Recently, much effort has been devoted to study ZnO as a promising photocatalyst for photocatalytic degradation of water pollutants, owing to its high activity, low cost, and environmentally friendly feature [ 1 - 4 ]. (
  • Wastewater can contain physical, chemical and biological pollutants . (
  • Water analysis has also proved MBR to be efficient for removal of microbiological pollutants, inorganic compounds, some trace elements and heavy metals. (
  • Does your organization monitor wastewater discharges, including types, limit values and quantities of pollutants in the wastewater? (
  • Have you prevented storm water contamination from parking lots, excavation areas, refuse areas, and so on, where storm water runoff would be contaminated with hazardous pollutants? (
  • to remove water pollutants that are difficult to treat by more conventional means. (
  • The phosphate fertilizer industry produces highly hazardous and acidic wastewaters. (
  • In October 2019, Rolf Halden and his coworkers at Arizona State University were gearing up to see whether they could monitor the seasonal flu in wastewater. (
  • DES MOINES - The Iowa DNR will hold a public hearing on Sept. 1 to collect public comments on the renewal of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) wastewater general permit for pesticide discharges, otherwise known as General Permit No. 7 (GP7). (
  • DAVENPORT - Two ongoing wastewater discharges are occurring in eastern Iowa, both eventually flowing to the Mississippi River. (
  • DES MOINES - The Iowa DNR will hold a public stakeholder meeting to answer questions and collect public comments on the renewal of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) wastewater general permit for pesticide discharges. (
  • Eight antibiotic compounds (azithromycin (maximum concentration 0.24 μg/L), ciprofloxacin (0.08 μg/L), enrofloxacin (0.015 μg/L), erythromycin (0.024 μg/L), ofloxacin (0.92 μg/L), sulfamethazine (0.018 μg/L), sulfamethoxazole (0.25 μg/L), and trimethoprim (0.14 μg/L)) and a degradate (erythromycin-H2O (0.84 μg/L)) were detected in the water samples from the sites downstream from the WWTP discharges. (
  • Any person that discharges, causes or permits the discharge of wastewater into a community sewer. (
  • Does your organization continuously attempt to prevent and reduce wastewater discharges via resource reduction methods (e.g. wastewater recycling, use of less harmful substances)? (
  • Does your organization comply with legal requirements relating to wastewater discharges? (
  • Does your organization have the necessary permits for wastewater discharges? (
  • The objective of the Directive is to protect the environment from the adverse effects of the above mentioned waste water discharges. (
  • As an example, in the typical household, approximately 34% of water consumed is used in the flushing of toilets. (
  • Households that use dry toilets produce less wastewater than those that use flush toilets. (
  • Any waste from holding tanks such as vessels, chemical toilets, campers, trailers, septic tanks and vacuum pump tank trucks. (
  • New opportunities enable the use of human waste as a resource for pro-poor agricultural development, particularly in peri-urban areas. (
  • Globally more than 20 million hectares of agricultural land is irrigated with either treated or untreated wastewater [ 4 ]. (
  • Historically, agricultural use has dominated, and continues to do so, but over the past decade reclaimed wastewater has been increasingly used for landscape irrigation in urban areas and for groundwater recharge. (
  • [1] Therefore, wastewater is a byproduct of domestic, industrial, commercial or agricultural activities. (
  • The use of RW has become a common and international trend as an unconventional supply for rivers with water shortages and for agricultural purposes [3]. (
  • In the world, 60% to 90% of available water is used for agricultural purposes [5]. (
  • Products in the Novozymes BioRemove® and Novozymes BioEase® portfolios degrade a range of compounds in municipal and industrial wastewater systems including chemical oxygen demand (COD), hydrocarbon, phenol and fats, oils and grease (FOG). (
  • Fossil-fuel power stations, particularly coal-fired plants, are a major source of industrial wastewater. (
  • Ten algae species were analyzed by comparing their growth in specific hypersaline industrial wastewater. (
  • For this reason a feasible mass production in industrial hypersaline wastewater was possible. (
  • The adsorption by different silicate minerals of some heavy metals, present in industrial waste water, has been studied. (
  • The results show that some mineral species are suitable for the purification of such residual waters down to the limits prescribed by current legislation concerning industrial wastes. (
  • Types of wastewater include: domestic wastewater from households, municipal wastewater from communities (also called sewage ) and industrial wastewater . (
  • Alternatively, wastewater can be transported in a combined sewer that conveys both stormwater runoff and sewage, and possibly also industrial wastewater. (
  • A-dec, a leading manufacturer of dental chairs, delivery systems and dental lights, recently purchased two new MecWash aqueous parts washing systems to meet dual objectives: achieving optimum part cleanliness and becoming a zero-discharge industrial wastewater manufacturer. (
  • This decision prevented A-dec from having to apply for an industrial wastewater discharge permit with its city municipality. (
  • The City's sanitary sewers located under highways, roads, streets and rights-of-way with branch service laterals that collect and convey sanitary sewage or industrial wastes, or a combination of both, and into which stormwater, surface water and groundwater or unpolluted industrial wastes are not intentionally admitted. (
  • A sewer that conveys sewage or industrial wastes, or a combination of both, and into which stormwater, surface water and groundwaters or unpolluted industrial wastes are not intentionally admitted. (
  • Industrial and domestic water supply. (
  • Recipient(s) will receive an email with a link to 'Performance of A-stage process treating combined municipal-industrial wastewater' and will not need an account to access the content. (
  • This approach was taken to oxidize soluble polymers (polyvinylpyrrolidone [PVP]) and surfactants in a high-strength industrial wastewater. (
  • Sewage and many types of industrial wastewaters contain organic matter. (
  • However, exposures to wastewater are associated with higher prevalence of soil-transmitted helminths (STHs). (
  • Climate Change Impacts on Coastal Soil and Water Management discusses the latest approaches for monitoring soil and water degradation in coastal regions under current climate conditions as well as potential further changes in the future. (
  • For groundwater recharge of domestic water supply aquifers by surface spreading, the reclaimed wastewater must be at all times of a quality that protects public health. (
  • The State Department of Health Services advises Regional Water Quality Control Boards on an individual case basis for proposed groundwater recharge projects and for expansion of existing projects. (
  • Reclaimed urban waters could mitigate water shortage, support agriculture sector and protect rivers and groundwater resources. (
  • BES takes advantage of microbial interaction with a solid electron acceptor/donor to accomplish bioenergy recovery from organic compounds, and FO can extract high-quality water driven by an osmotic pressure. (
  • while BES may help FO with degrading organic contaminants, providing sustainable draw solute, and stabilizing water flux. (
  • Products in the Novozymes OdorCap® portfolio target odors from hydrogen sulfide, mercaptans, organic acids and a variety of wastewater odors, as well as offering odor control with fragrance. (
  • Vegetable washing generates waters with high loads of particulate matter and some dissolved organic matter. (
  • Animal slaughter and processing produces organic waste from body fluids, such as blood, and gut contents. (
  • Organic or biodegradable waste including waste from hospitals , abattoirs , creameries , and food factories. (
  • The quantity of oxygen, expressed in parts per million (ppm) by weight, utilized in the biochemical oxidation of organic matter under standard laboratory procedure for five days at 20° C. The standard laboratory procedure shall be that found in the latest edition of "Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Sewage," published by the American Public Heath Association. (
  • This is done via their respiration, in which they convert the organic matter into carbon dioxide and water. (
  • This pond biome uses organic matter from the wastewater as food. (
  • Consequently, the use of osmotically driven membrane separation processes such as forward osmosis (FO) has gained increasing consideration, although its uptake in wastewater remediation is still low. (
  • Nonetheless, the long-standing problem of membrane fouling still remains a major challenge even in the performance of FO processes especially when treating raw wastewaters, which have various contaminants. (
  • For example, if levels of SARS-CoV-2 RNA are sufficiently high in wastewater, small volumes of wastewater (e.g., 1 ml) may be tested without additional concentration processes. (
  • The paper deals with the effect of wastewater, plant design and operation in relation to biological nitrogen and phosphorus removal and the possibilities to model the processes. (
  • The constituents of food and agriculture wastewater are often complex to predict, due to the differences in BOD and pH in effluents from vegetable, fruit, and meat products and due to the seasonal nature of food processing and post-harvesting. (
  • 1973. Mammalian toxicology and toxicity to aquatic organisms of TNT, DNT, and other munitions manufacturing waste constituents of pink water - a literature evaluation. (
  • DENISON - A plugged manhole at the Smithfield Foods plant in Denison sent some rinse water to the Boyer River early Thursday morning. (
  • This technology captures the wash and rinse water, separates the wastes (dirt, grease, grime, etc.) from the water, then returns the now purified water to its respective tanks. (
  • Reclaimed wastewater use for spray irrigation of food crops must be at all times adequately disinfected, oxidized, coagulated, clarified, filtered wastewater with a bacteriological quality such that the 7-day median number of coliform organisms does not exceed 2.2 per 100 ml and the number of coliform organisms does not exceed 23 per 100 ml in more than one sample within any 30-day period. (
  • However, reclaimed wastewater used to irrigate pasture to which milking cows or goats have access must be at all times adequately disinfected and oxidized to achieve a median number of coliform organisms not exceeding 23 per 100 ml over 7-days. (
  • This project has assessed the abundance of faecal indicator organisms (FIOs) in estuarine waters and sediments, with a particular focus on 'viable but non-culturable' (VBNC) bacteria, and on viruses. (
  • However, these organisms use oxygen in their respiration, thus reducing the oxygen concentration in the surface waters. (
  • 1977. Mutagenicity of some munition waste water chemicals and chlorine test kit reagents. (
  • Michael J. 'Mike' McGuire, engineer extraordinaire, NAE member, and author of 'The Chlorine Revolution', blogs about historical happenings in the fields of drinking water and wastewater keyed to calendar dates. (
  • Normal water-carried household and toilet wastes discharged from any improved property. (
  • The graphene/Fe{sub 3}O{sub 4} hybrid structures are highly efficient in purification of wastewater. (
  • Phenomenon during cutting thick stainless steel was observed by using high speed camera and optimum conditions for both water jet and laser cutting were derived. (
  • Hence, it has unique advantages, such as possibility of low fouling, and high water recovery. (
  • Processing of food from raw materials requires large volumes of high grade water. (
  • The author presents material for those concerned with meeting government regulations, reducing or avoiding fines for violations, and making cost-effective decisions while producing a high quality of water via physical, chemical, and thermal techniques. (
  • CARSON - Iowa DNR field office staff have been working with an animal feeding operation to address high levels of water in two earthen manure storage basins located about 20 miles east of Council Bluffs. (
  • Considering that RW may contain a high content of essential nutrients for plants, the use of this water to elaborate the irrigation solution could significantly reduce the application of standard commercial fertilizers and its associated costs. (
  • The Duo wash chamber includes numerous high volume jets that thoroughly penetrate and saturate the workload, whether placed in metal baskets or plastic containers. (
  • The non-clog, single vane impellers are designed for high volume and lift performance - perfect for the wet well application. (
  • Several UV intensities and hydrogen peroxide concentrations were tested to find optimal conditions for the complete depolymerization of PVP in a synthetic wastewater composed of high concentrations of hydroxyl radical scavengers. (
  • 2006). Thus, the phase-inversion process produces an aqueous waste stream with high concentrations of monomers, solvents, and additives. (
  • But in some formations, such as water-disposal aquifers, seismicity might be induced when faults are activated within the igneous basement. (
  • Existing microbial communities can't always degrade all contaminants present in wastewater. (
  • Homogenizing samples can also include procedures to break up wastewater solids and disaggregate virus particles, such as by sonication. (
  • Clarifying liquid wastewater samples by removing large solids can aid subsequent filtration-based concentration steps if they are used for sample concentration. (
  • These ponds use gravity to settle out large particulates (measured as total suspended solids) from power plant wastewater. (
  • Other water quality parameters such as BOD, DO, suspended solids and turbidity were also assessed. (
  • The phosphorus removal is mainly dependent on availability in the wastewater of fatty acids but also by the suspended solids in the effluent, which is higher in the plant with nitrification-denitrification, probably due to a higher SVI or denitrification in the settler. (
  • Waste stabilization ponds described here use no aerators. (
  • This is why they received the name of waste stabilization ponds. (
  • Pathogens can be efficiently removed in waste stabilization ponds. (
  • Chelsea Technologies Group (CTG) provides multi parameter water sensor for the environmental monitoring (both oceanographic and inland water), contamination monitoring and process control markets. (
  • Contamination shall include any equivalent effect resulting from the disposal of wastewater, whether or not waters of the state are affected. (
  • Results also indicated that cohesive sediments harbour more bacteria than non-cohesive sediments and the water column. (
  • form bacteria derived from these waste du mps. (
  • MENAFN - Trend News Agency ) The volume of Kyrgyzstan's foreign trade turnover in January 2018, according to preliminary estimates by the National Statistics Committee, amounted to about $ 489 million, Kabar reports. (
  • We go beyond simply providing solutions by partnering with our customers in designing effective answers to the challenges they encounter in their vital role of monitoring the world's water and surface weather. (
  • In addition to the direct uses, about 80% of all wastewater is discharged to the world's water bodies such as rivers, lakes, swamps, and streams [ 5 ]. (
  • More data on SARS-CoV-2 concentrations in the feces of infected individuals are needed to be able to understand the relationship between SARS-CoV-2 RNA concentrations in wastewater and how many people in a sewershed are infected. (
  • Through the separate collection of feces and urine without any flush water, many advantages can be realized, such as odor-free operation and pathogen reduction by drying. (
  • If anal cleansing takes place with water (i.e., the users are "washers" rather than "wipers"), then this anal cleansing water must be drained separately and not be allowed to enter the feces vault. (
  • 5.2 This method has been investigated for use with reagent, surface, sludge and wastewaters for selected PFASs. (
  • Water to which no constituent has been added, either intentionally or accidentally, which would render such water unacceptable to the agency having jurisdiction thereof for disposal to storm or natural drainages or directly to surface waters. (
  • Eutrophic assessment and water quality in rivers, lakes, and transition volumes. (
  • Wastewater streams include flue-gas desulfurization, fly ash, bottom ash and flue gas mercury control. (
  • Regulations for wastewater disposal are tightening, putting pressure on food and beverage companies to lessen the biological load in their wastewater streams. (
  • This report also shows the potential for generating revenue from wastewater streams through nutrient recovery and biogas. (
  • Discover ways to generate value from your wastewater streams, and create cost-savings through efficient water and wastewater management. (
  • This allows a comparison of Bacteroidetes MST data with standard faecal indicator organism (FIO) concentrations in streams, effluents and bathing waters. (
  • Shizas, I. & Bagley, D. M. Experimental determination of energy content of unknown organics in municipal wastewater streams. (
  • The pumps needed to be corrosion resistant due to the acidity of the waste media. (
  • The benefits of landfill gas-powered water harvesting are quantified for the Barnett (Texas), and Monterey (California) Shales, which can be served by 30 and 15 landfills, respectively. (
  • The water harvested using landfill gas (from nearby landfills) can meet 22% and 73% of the annual water requirements of the Barnett and Monterey Shales, respectively. (
  • Water stress due to climate change and the overexploitation of water resources are two of the most serious and widespread environmental problems worldwide [1]. (
  • Our team will use the data produced as the basis for a planned R01 proposal that will examine how the environmental AR gene pool is modulated by natural and human factors (climate change, waste), and the interrelationship of environmental and human resistomes. (
  • Large untreated wastewater sample volumes may require dividing the sample prior to membrane filtration (due to slow filtration rate) or PEG precipitation (due to centrifuge volume constraints). (
  • Ausland G, Stevik TK, Hanssen JF, Køhler JC, Jenssen PD (2002) Intermittent filtration of wastewater-removal of fecal coliforms and fecal streptococci. (
  • This document is supporting, and is to be used with, Environment Canada's Proposed Risk Management Strategy addressing Ammonia, Inorganic Chloramines and Chlorinated Wastewater Effluents under CEPA 1999. (
  • Treating wastewater successfully demands technical expertise, experience, and a broad range of available technologies - an operator needs to be a generalist - as well as an appreciation and understanding of the fundamental environmental and health reasons for the process involved - an operator also needs to be a specialist. (
  • When evaluating wastewater sampling and testing capacity, it is critical to include people with expertise in environmental microbiology and wastewater systems. (
  • Wastewater Use in Irrigated Agriculture: Confronting the Livelihood and Environmental Realities. (
  • Nowadays, wide reduction of these waste volumes is necessary to satisfy new environmental regulations [1]. (
  • 11. What Wastewater Disposal Options Exist? (
  • This has prompted efforts to find and understand any correlation between oil and gas activity-mainly wastewater disposal-and the occurrence of the earthquakes. (
  • A fundamental understanding of which factors are the most important in triggering slip in areas of active wastewater injection and disposal has been hampered by interrelationships between the various parameters, leading to suggestions of injection volume, rate, or pressure being the most important. (
  • Includes sewage and any and all other waste substances, liquid, solid, gaseous or radioactive, resulting from any producing, manufacturing or processing operation of whatever nature, including such waste placed within containers of whatever nature prior to and for purposes of disposal. (
  • Pagina 166 - The sludge produced in individual on-site wastewater disposal systems such as septic tanks and cesspools. (
  • Water Environment Research , 1992 - present. (
  • 1992). The most commonly used quench material is water (Wallace et al. (
  • Volume II: Acute and subacute mammalian toxicity of TNT and the LAP mixture. (
  • Results from this study will provide quantitative information on the relationship between the amounts and types of antimicrobial residues and ARGs in water with human intestinal carriage of ARBs. (
  • Results will also provide knowledge on the seasonal variations at which antimicrobial residues and ARGs from hospital and urban wastewaters contribute to the prevalence and spread of ARBs in affected communities. (
  • Based on the levels of SARS-CoV-2 in wastewater, methods can be adapted to higher or lower detection limits as needed. (
  • Concentrating wastewater samples can improve detection of SARS-CoV-2 RNA. (
  • 1.1 This procedure covers the determination of selected per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in a water matrix using liquid chromatography (LC) and detection with tandem mass spectrometry (MS/MS). These analytes are qualitatively and quantitatively determined by this method. (
  • Real-time PCR detection of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in clinical and municipal wastewater and genotyping of the ciprofloxacin-resistant isolates. (
  • A similar quality is required for reclaimed wastewater used as a source of supply in nonrestricted recreational impoundments but in restricted recreational impoundments the wastewater should be disinfected and oxidized to a median number of coliforms not exceeding 2.2 per 100 ml over 7 days. (
  • Finally, we utilize this FO process model to derive a first-order approximation of the water production capacity given the rejected heat quantity and quality available at U.S. electric power facilities. (
  • To protect consumer and farmer health, the World Health Organization (WHO) has established an intestinal nematode water quality standard. (
  • The causes of poor bathing water and shellfish water quality represent a significant challenge for the UK water industry. (
  • This work has proposed practical recommendations for improving the existing monitoring and modelling framework, which will assist the UK water industry in making more efficient investment planning decisions to improve coastal/estuarine water quality. (
  • An annual Literature Review provides a review of published books and articles on water quality topics from the previous year. (
  • The study used a combination of landscape-scale synoptic surveys (catchment, reaches) and mesocosm surveys (experimental plots) to assess the impacts of conversion of natural valley-bottom wetlands to farming land on the water quality and retention of sediment and nutrients. (
  • From this study it appears that it is possible using membrane technology, to treat urban wastewater in order to supply a good quality of water for irrigation. (
  • The assessment of RW shows that the evaluated parameters of water-quality are within the range of values stated by Spanish legislation and the current European Directive for secure use of reclaimed water for irrigation. (
  • Although RW may meet certain water quality standards, it is still urban sewage and carries some risk. (
  • An impairment of the quality of the waters of the state by waste to a degree which creates a hazard to the public health through poisoning or through the spread of disease. (
  • An alteration of the quality of the waters of the state by waste to a degree which unreasonably affects such waters for beneficial use or facilities which serve such beneficial uses. (
  • The main goal of this work was to determine the composition of RW to be compared with fresh local water (LW) from the Algarrobo River, in order to evaluate its suitability for irrigation. (
  • For the purpose of this document, the water systems exclude plumbing and the associated fixtures within all buildings (except those buildings associated with the system itself). (
  • The only effluent resulting from the Mecwash and Aqua-Save systems is concentrated waste consisting of oils washed from the dirty components. (
  • This project employs a spatial sampling procedure using geographic information systems to assess the spatial and temporal dynamics of AR elements in water environments and their relationship to intestinal ARB carriage in humans that consume water from the affected environment. (
  • The criteria used to select wastewater systems are illustrated in Figure 1. (
  • Recent trends have been to minimize such production or to recycle treated wastewater within the production process. (
  • Find out how using the right technology solution can help manufacturers cut down on their process water requirements, promoting efficiency throughout the plant. (
  • Additional savings are achieved in reduced time to refill process water tanks, energy savings to heat the solutions, and better handling of wastewater throughout the process. (
  • The dilemma of what to do with the waste stream created by the winemaking process is faced by every domestic vintner. (
  • The treated wastewater would be used to irrigate the vineyard thus completing a completely green wastewater process. (
  • The harvested water can be used for water-intensive operations like hydraulic fracturing, drilling and waterflooding in nearby oilfields. (
  • At the end of the course the student may evaluate and control the effects of hydraulic sanitary works and natural system applied to the improvement of water volumes. (
  • Working in concert with an engineering firm and hydraulic experts from Corrosion Products & Equipment (CPE), Ecovation designed a system that would collect the maximum output of the plant into a wet well and then move the effluent to an equalization tank, through a wastewater reacter, and finally to aerobic holding ponds. (
  • Many antibiotic compounds in the four classes not removed by conventional WWTPs enter receiving waters and partition to stream sediments. (
  • Many of these plants discharge wastewater with significant levels of metals such as lead, mercury, cadmium and chromium, as well as arsenic, selenium and nitrogen compounds (nitrates and nitrites). (
  • Fig. 3: The low-hanging fruit on co-location of emission-point-source and water-resource recovery plants. (
  • Two Bio-P pilot plants were operated for 2.5 years in parallel receiving identical wastewater. (
  • The overall conclusion of the comparison between the two plants is that the biological phosphorus removal efficiency under practical operating conditions is affected by the SRT in the plant and the wastewater composition. (
  • Hence, there is a need for quick, easy, and robust method to determine these compounds at trace levels in water matrices for understanding of the sources and pathways of exposure. (
  • The internal storage compounds, PHA, were affected significantly by the concentration of fatty acids or other easily degradable organics in the wastewater, and less by the plant lay-out. (
  • Find a route to market and identify the clients that will require more specialised technologies to meet their water management needs. (
  • Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute. (
  • Wastewater use in irrigated agriculture: management challenges in developing countries. (
  • All things freshwater: news, analysis, humor, reviews, and commentary from Michael E. 'Aquadoc' Campana, hydrogeologist, hydrophilanthropist, Professor of Hydrogeology and Water Resources Management in the Geography Program of the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences (CEOAS) at Oregon State University and Emeritus Professor of Hydrogeology at the University of New Mexico. (
  • Dr. Jennifer Veilleux records her fieldwork, research, and thoughts about water resources development and management, indigenous rights, ethics, and a host of other issues. (
  • Does your organization provide information and train employees on the safe management of wastewater? (