Priority Hazardous Substances, Trace Organics and Diffuse Pollution (Water Framework Directive): Urban Catchment Study and Assessment of Diffuse Inputs
This report has been produced as part of a research programme to improve the water industry's understanding of the presence of priority substances in sewage. Foul water and runoff samples were taken from locations in housing estates, the town centre and a light industrial estate in an urban catchment. Results confirm that certain groups of priority substances arise from diffuse sources, including housing estates, and are ubiquitous in wastewater. Substances are identified which would cause most concern to the water industry if proposed EC sludge limits and draft water quality standards being proposed in the Water Framework Directive are implemented.
|UKWIR Reference :- 04/WW/17/3||Published Date :- 26/07/2004|
|Retail Price (£) :- 470||ISBN :- 1-84057-334-1|
Supporting Material and Reports
| Priority Hazardous Substances, Trace Organics and Diffuse Pollution (Water Framework Directive - WFD) (UKWIR Project WW17C)|