Impact of Extended Storage on Sewage Treatment
Increased extended in-sewer storage may have consequential effects on downstream treatment plants. Problems may occur due to septicity, odours, screen blinding, high hydraulic loads, overloaded bioreactors, and increased sludge volumes. Nonetheless, consent failures are unlikely provided sewer and downstream treatment systems are designed and operated accounting for the potential interactions.
|UKWIR Reference :- 02/WW/04/3||Published Date :- 16/07/2002|
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