Traitement du phosphore dans les petites stations d'épuration à boues activées

Comparaisons techniques et économiques des voies de traitement biologique et physicochimique - Document technique FNDAE n° 29

by Gaëlle Deronzier (writer), Jean-Marc Choubert (writer)
Collection: FNDAE
july 2004
Book
210 x 297 format 50 pages In stock
26,30 €

The treatment of phosphorus contained in wastewater must conform to a dual regulatory and environmental requirement whose objective is to limit the eutrophication of inland waters. This document proposes a decision-making tool adapted to small communities, in terms of technical and financial choices, to help them to manage the elimination of phosphorus in wastewater using biological and physicochemical techniques. It provides a brief overview of the regulations in force and discusses the different origins and forms of phosphorus. It then describes the technical aspects of the biological and physicochemical sectors linked to recommendations pertaining to plant design and management. Finally, it compares the different types of phosphorus treatments from an economic point of view.

Language(s): French

Publisher: Irstea

Edition: 1st edition

Collection: FNDAE

Published: 15 july 2004

Reference Book: CF630X

EAN13 Book: 9782853626309

Format (in mm) Book: 210 x 297

Pages count Book: 50

Weight (in grammes): 224 (Book)

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