How can conventional wastewater treatment processes cope with greater volumes of weaker sewage
The water industry is under pressure to reduce spills from Combined Sewer Overflows (CSO), but without actions to limit infiltration and separate surface water, the consequence of this allied to climate change will be larger volumes of more dilute sewage arriving at Wastewater Treatment Works (WwTW), possibly for protracted periods.
Hence this project takes a wider view on dealing with the dynamic nature of volumes and strengths of the sewage that the water industry is likely to need to treat. The output of this project includes realistic operational design options for existing WwTW’s processes and considers a selection of potential alternatives for WwTW dealing with intermittent higher flows of weaker sewage.
|UKWIR Reference 22/WW/06/11||Published Date 13/04/2022|
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|How can conventional wastewater treatment processes cope with greater volumes of weaker sewage|