Table of contents for Sewage and industrial effluent treatment / John Arundel.


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   Acknowledgements

   Common Abbreviations Used in the Water
   Industry

   Introduction

1 Preliminary Treatment
   1.1  Introduction
   1.2  The importance of preliminary treatment
         and initial considerations
   1.3  Detritus removal
   1.4  Grit removal
   1.5  Oil and fuel separation
   1.6  Conclusions
   1.7  References
   1.8  Companies and other organisations

2  Suspended Solids Removal by Settlement and
   Flotation
   2.1  Introduction
   2.2  Initial considerations
   2.3  Aspects of sedimentation specific to sewage
        treatment
   2.4  Settlement theory
   2.5  Settlement tank design parameters
   2.6  Settlement tanks and practical operation
   2.7  Upward flow clarifiers
   2.8  Flotation
   2.9  Common problems associated with
        settlement, clarifiers and DAF
   2.10  Conclusions
   2.11 Summary table of typical operating
        parameters and dimensions



   2.12 References
   2.13 Companies and other organisations

3  Metal Removal Methods
   3.1  Introduction
   3.2  An overview of effluent treatment options
         from metal finishing processes
   3.3  Effluent toxicity and discharge limits
   3.4  Treatment methods for metal-containing
         effluents
   3.5  Plating shop layout and housekeeping
   3.6  Metal ion biosorption by microfungi
   3.7  Conclusions
   3.8  Company

4 Biological Treatment Methods
   4.1  Introduction
   4.2  Initial considerations for new installations
   4.3  Some operating practicalities of biological
         oxidation
   4.4  Biological oxidation microbiology
   4.5  Secondary treatment plant types
   4.6  Conclusions
   4.7  Summary table of typical operating
         parameters and dimensions
   4.8  References
   4.9  Companies and other organisations

5  Sludge Disposal and Treatment
   5.1  Introduction
   5.2  Initial considerations
   5.3  Sludge types and characteristics
   5.4  An overview of treatment options
   5.5  Treatment methods
   5.6  Digestion
   5.7  Incineration
   5.8  Conclusions
   5.9  References
   5.10 Companies and other organisations

6  Cesspools, Septic Tanks and Small Sewage Treatment Plant
   6.1  Introduction
   6.2  Choosing a treatment system
   6.3  Commissioning new treatment systems




   6.4  Treatment systems - layout, operation and maintenance
   6.5  Conclusions
   6.6  Companies and other organisations

7 Developments in Wastewater Treatment
   7.1  Introduction
   7.2  Developments in biological treatment
   7.3  Developments in physical treatment
   7.4  References
   7.5  Companies and other organisations

8 Sampling and Analysis
   8.1  Introduction
   8.2  Sampling: initial considerations
   8.3  Sampling methods
   8.4  Sewage works sampling
   8.5  Sampling industrial sites
   8.6  Sampling equipment and practical
         techniques
   8.7  Simple sampling statistics
   8.8  Flow measurement methods and
         equipment
   8.9  Effluent charging methods
   8.10 On-line sensors for continuous monitoring
   8.11 Analysis: initial considerations
   8.12 Conclusions
   8.13 Companies and other organisations

9 Case Histories
   9.1  Introduction
   9.2  Case history no. 1
   9.3  Case history no. 2
   9.4  Case history no. 3
   9.5  Case history no. 4
   9.6  Conclusions

Appendix 1: Glossary of Terms
Appendix 2: Typical Sewage and Industrial Effluent
           Plant Layouts
Appendix 3: Imperial/Metric (SI) Conversion Factors
           Common Wastewater Imperial/Metric
           (SI) Parameters and Conversion Factors





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Sewage Purification, Factory and trade waste Management, Sewage Purification Case studies, Factory and trade waste Management Case studies