Source Control of Phosphorus from Domestic Sources - Options and Impacts
Phosphorus is the single most important substance preventing good chemical status under the Water Framework Directive for inland surface waters of the UK. In order to avoid costly, ineffective programmes of measures it is necessary to fully understand the sources of phosphorus in the environment and its impacts. The project identified and quantified (including a field study) the contribution of human, tap water dosing, automatic dishwashing and laundry sources of phosphorus to wastewater treatment works and reviewed the options for source control compared with end of pipe treatment in achieving WFD objectives.
|UKWIR Reference :- 09/WW/17/10||Published Date :- 23/02/2009|
|Retail Price (£) :- 300||ISBN :- 1 84057 526 3|
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| Source Control of Phosphorus from Domestic Sources - Options and Impacts - CD Software|