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The updated and expanded guide for handling industrial wastes and designing a wastewater treatment plant
The revised and updated second edition of Practical Wastewater Treatment provides a hands-on guide to industrial wastewater treatment theory, practices, and issues. It offers information for the effective design of water and wastewater treatment facilities and contains material on how to handle the wide-variety of industrial wastes. The book is based on a course developed and taught by the author for the American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
The author reviews the most current industrial practices and goals, describes how the water industry works, and covers the most important aspects of the industry. In addition, the book explores a wide-range of approaches for managing industrial wastes such as oil, blood, protein and more. A comprehensive resource, the text covers such basic issues as water pollution, wastewater treatment techniques, sampling and measurement, and explores the key topic of biological modeling for designing wastewater treatment plants. This important book:
Offers an updated and expanded text for dealing with real-world wastewater problems
Contains new chapters on: Reverse Osmosis and desalination; Skin and Membrane Filtration; and Cooling tower water treatment
Presents a guide filled with helpful examples and diagrams that is ideal for both professionals and students
Includes information for handling industrial wastes and designing water and wastewater treatment plants
Written for civil or chemical engineers and students, Practical Wastewater Treatment offers the information and techniques needed to solve problems of wastewater treatment.
Practical Wastewater Treatment, 2nd edition-P2P
English | ISBN: 1119100852 | 2019 | 480 pages | PDF | 12.4 MB
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