Order No: P130006
Publisher: Water Environment Federation
Operation of Nutrient Removal Facilities is ideal for plant managers, operators, design engineers, and regulators looking to gain a better understanding of fundamental biological and chemical processes that are in use at nutrient removal facilities and the ways that operators may use, monitor, and control these processes to meet their facility’s treatment goals. Published by WEF. Soft cover, 591 pages. 2013.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Wastewater Constituents that Affect Nutrient Removal
Chapter 3: Nitrification
Chapter 4: Nitrification in Biofilm Reactors
Chapter 5: Denitrification
Chapter 6: Combined Nitrifying and Denitrifying Systems
Chapter 7: Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal
Chapter 8: Chemical Precipitation of Phosphorus
Chapter 9: Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal Systems
Chapter 10: Combined Nitrogen and Phosphorus Removal Processes
Chapter 11: Optimization of Nutrient Removal Systems
Chapter 12: Recycle Streams Management
Chapter 13: Process Control Using Oxidation–Reduction Potential and Dissolved Oxygen
Chapter 14: Process Control, Instrumentation, and Automation
Chapter 15: Laboratory Analyses
Chapter 16: Case Studies—Nitrification and Denitrification
Chapter 17: Case Studies—Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal
Appendix A Optimization and Troubleshooting Guides
Operation of Nutrient Removal Facilities is also available as an e-book for the Apple iPad or Amazon Kindle.
This book was prepared by the Operation of Nutrient Removal Facilities Task Force of the Water Environment Federation.
About the Task Force Chair:
William C. McConnell III, P.E., BCEE, is an Associate with CDM Smith. He has more than 20 years of experience in the planning, design, construction, and operation of water and wastewater treatment facilities and specializes in wastewater treatment process design. At CDM Smith, he serves as lead process engineer on a multitude of projects and his responsibilities include process evaluation and selection and identification and analysis of innovative technology advancements. Mr. McConnell is a member of the Water Environment Federation’s (WEF’s) Municipal Wastewater Treatment Design Committee, is an active participant in national and regional conferences, and has contributed to many industry manuals and guidelines regarding wastewater treatment, including WEF’s Design of Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants (2010) and the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission’s TR-16 Guides for Design of Wastewater Treatment Works (2011).
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