By G. Thomas
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This report presents an approach for solving the problem of serious ambient water quality deterioration in a part of the West Morava river basin with a drainage area of 1250 sq. kilometers and the total river length of 94 kilometers. The mathematical model of water quality in the West Morava, based upon the program STEKAR (Gherini and Summers, 1978), was made and calibrated. Different alternatives for waste water treatment (point sources only) were proposed—each one consisting of a set of prescribed degrees of waste water treatment for each point source (Filip and Obradovic, 1984).
For sodium, 80% of samples taken in the past three years must not exceed the standard for the water to comply. For the parameters in Table I compliance is based on the average of results of analyses over twelve months are compared with the standards. ) For samples of water leaving treatment works and in service reservoirs, every sample must comply with the bacteriological parameters for the water to be wholesome. 2 Relaxations of the Standards. Subject to there being no risk to public health, the Secretary of State may relax the standards for geographically defined areas where supplies fail to comply for specified reasons, as permitted by the EC Directive (Article 9).
Nitrate removal by ion exchange: the Ecodenit process, an industrial scale facility at Binic (France). Wat. Supply, 6: 45–50, 1988. , Coutelle, J. and Damez, F. L’usine de Dennemont. Une unité de dénitrification-nitrification à grande échelle. TSM-1’Eau, 4:235–240, 1988. , Liessens, J. Verstraete, W. et al. Nitrate removal from drinking water by means of hydrogenotrophic denitrifiers in a polyurethane carrier reactor. Wat. Supply, 6: 181–192. , Germonpré, R. and Vertraete, W. Comparative study of processes for the biological denitrification of drinking water.
Advances in Water Treatment and Environmental Management by G. Thomas