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Pilot plant studies of rotating biological contactors treating municipal wastewater
K. L. Murphy
|Statement||by K.L. Murphy and R.W. Wilson (International Environmental Consultants Ltd.) for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.|
|Series||Sewage collection and treatment report ;, SCAT-2|
|Contributions||Wilson, R. W., International Environmental Consultants Ltd., Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (Canada)|
|LC Classifications||TD755 .M78 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 117 p. :|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||82466313|
TERTIARY TREATMENT OF WASTE WATER USING A ROTATING BIOLOGICAL CONTACTOR SYSTEM #1 by E. D. Smith C.P.C. Poon W. Mikucki J. T. Bandy nation's rivers and lakes by passing amendments to through a pilot-plant study the technical attributes of ment plant facilities and industrial and municipal waste treatment operations constrain their point. MUNICIPAL WASTEWATER TREATMENT. AQUATREAT activities range from skid mounted wastewater treatment plants to custom built treatment plants with a capacity of up to 1 Million PE and are designed to meet effluent requirements under current and projected future conditions. Rotating biological contactors;.
per capita usage from public water supply systems in the United States was gallons ( liters) per day (Solley et al., ). In arid areas, municipal wastewater production is typically less than the amount withdrawn for water supply, but in some areas, wastewater flow exceeds the water supply because of infiltration and inflow (e.g. stormwater) into wastewater collection systems. The biofilms growing in the first compartments of two rotating biological contactors used to treat municipal wastewater were examined by light and electron microscopy. The biofilms were found to contain a complex and varied microbial community that included filamentous and unicellular bacteria, proto-zoa, metazoa, and (possibly) bacteriophage.
A pilot CFIC plant with a maximum feeding capacity of 6 m 3 /h has been constructed for municipal wastewater treatment study at NRA, Norway. The pilot plant constitutes of a pre-denitrification (R1), two aerobic CFIC stages (R2 and R3), and a sludge settler for sludge removal and supernatant return to biological stages (Figure 7). and increasing the capacity of wastewater treatment plants (Nandy et al., ). In general, there are different methods for biological wastewater treatment. The most important systems are activated sludge, aerated lagoon in suspended growth, bio-filters and Rotating Biological Contactors (RBC) in attached-growth (Tchobanoglous et al., ). Some.
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Get this from a library. Pilot plant studies of rotating biological contactors treating municipal wastewater. [K L Murphy; R W Wilson; International Environmental Consultants Ltd.; Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation.]. This study reports the findings of a twelve-month pilot program which examined the performance of rotating biological contactors (RBC) for the treatment of municipal wastewater.
ROTATING BIOLOGICAL CONTACTOR PILOT STUDY: FORT KAMEHAMEHA WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT, PEARL HARBOR, HAWAII Gordon L. Dugan Dean K. Takiguchi Special Report September PREPARED FOR Rotating Biological Contactor Pilot Study, Fort Kamehameha Wastewater Treatment Plant Contract NC This paper deals with the experimental results obtained by the pilot plant of an upgraded Rotating Biological Contactor(RBC).
This is a two-story RBC which is designed to simultaneously achieve the biological oxidation and removal of detached biomass in the by: 4. Pilot plant conﬁguration and operation conditions Rotating biological contactors (RBC) pilot plant mathematical model The mathematical model was used to investigate the perfor-mance and treatment capability of Rotating Biological Cont-actors (RBC) to treat.
The proposed model was verified by using data from RBC experimental pilot plant. The results of this study showed that, the treatment efficiency of the RBC system based on BOD removal was ranged between about % and %, and based on TSS removal was ranged between about % and % for all concentrations of influent grey water.
Boller and Gujer () conducted a pilot plant study of tertiary trickling filters, recommending a media surface loading rate of g NH3-N/m2/day for complete nitrification (effluent NH3-N Rotating biological contractor. An Approach to De- sign of RBC's for Treatment of Municipal Wastewater.
Presented at the ASCE National Environmental Engineering Conference, Nashville, Tennessee, July Murphy, K. and R. Wilson. Pilot Plant Studies of Rotating Biologi- cal Contactors Treating Municipal Wastewater. The effect of recirculation on biological nitrification in rotating biological contactors (RBCs) was examined in an on-site pilot-scale RBC system which simulated full-scale plant RBC operations.
Pilot Plant Studies of Rotating Biologi- cal Contactors Treating Municipal Wastewater. Report SCAT-2, Environment Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Prepared for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corpo.
that has undergone previous treatment via a conventional waste water treatment system. e treatment system was e ective at ambient temperature and at the natural pH of the wastewater. High levels of both natural and synthetic hormones (EDCs) and PPCPs were found in the e uent a er biological treatment of the wastewater.
Treatment of Municipal Wastewater by using Rotating Biological Contractors (Rbc’s) Prashant 1, Amruta 2, The rotating biological contactor process offers the specific advantages of a biofilm system in treatment of wastewater for removal of soluble organic substances.
It is a unique adaptation of the moving. Scaleup in rotating biological contactor design R. Wilson, K. Murphy (CMHC) and Environment Can ada initiated and cosponsored a month pilot plant evaluation of the rotating biological con tactor (RBC) for treating municipal waste water.1 The objectives of the study were to assess the capability and reliability of the RBC process in.
Pilot plant for the treatment and reuse of municipal wastewater in Agadir, Morocco. In the Souss-Massa region in Morocco the pilot plant for municipal wastewater treatment and agricultural reuse will rely on an existing wastewater treatment plant within the station M’zar in Agadir, with a capacity of 75 m 3 /day.
A rotating biological contactor (RBC) is a successful wastewater microbial treatment system that has been developed. It has been widely used for the secondary treatment of domestic and industrial wastewater.
An RBC contains a number of discs which are arranged along the shaft axis of the contractor. The wastewater is fed in the contactor at a. Environmental assessment and management of the fish processing industry, Sectoral studies series Nr 28, UNIDO, Vienna, Austria.
Antonie, R.L.; Design criteria for applications of the rotating biological contactor to domestic and industrial wastewater treatment, International Environment Colloquium, MayLiege, Belgium.
biological contactor etc . The first rotating biological contactor (RBC) was installed in West Germany inlater it was introduced in the United States and Canada.
A rotating biological contactor is an aero-bic fixed film moving bed biological treatment . The mech-anisms of the biological rotating contactor are (i) oxygen ab.
C from pilot plant studies for different vastewaters S 1 = mg/L S 2 = site-specific influent BOD conc (mg/L) D 1 ROTATING BIOLOGICAL REACTORS (RBCs) • As the RBC disks rotate out of the wastewater, aeration is accomplished by from pilot-plant and field installations.
Microbiological study of ten New Jersey rotating biological contactor wastewater treatment plants Jae-Chun Chung, Peter F. Strom ABSTRACT: Biofilm samples from 10 RBC plants in New Jersey were examined microscopically for filamentous bacteria, protozoa, and meta zoa. Statistically significant differences in types and numbers of organisms.
In comparison to other AOPs, a %, %, and % removal of estrone, carbamazepine, and triclosan from initial concentrations of ngL −1, 36 ngL −1, and ngL −1, respectively, has been reported in the pilot-scale ozonation treatment of municipal wastewater that has been pretreated biologically and sand filtered, using 3 mg/L −1.
metal accumulation by rotating biological contactor, RBC. Ind Microbiol Biotechnol, – Chung, J.C., Strom, P.F (), Microbiological study of ten New Jersey rotating biological contactor wastewater treatment plants, Research Journal WPCF, Pynaert K, Sprengers R, Boeckx P, van Cleemput O, Verstraete W (b) Oxygenlimited nitrogen removal in a lab-scale rotating biological contactor treating an ammonium-rich wastewater.
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