Upgrading Water Treatment Plants is a comprehensive and practical guide providing the technical detail required to upgrade existing water treatment plants to increase processing efficiency and improve overall quality without the need for substantial investment into new physical plant installation.
Based on practical experience and field tested methodology, this book is an invaluable reference for civil engineers, treatment plant managers and water scientists in consultancies, water utilities, government agencies and international organisations concerned with public health and water quality.
Table of Contents
1. Basic Requirements for Optimisation. 2. Assessing Plant Performance and Identifying Defects. 3. Water Analysis for Treatment Control. 4. Improving Plants and Their Operation. 5. Determining Design Parameters. 6. Disinfection. 7. Optimising and Upgrading Treatment Plants. 8. Optimisation and Upgrading of a Plant from 100 ls-1 to 250ls-1. 9. Optimisation and Upgrading of a Plant from 1m3s-1 to 2.5m3s-1 10. Optimisation and Upgrading of a Plant from 20 ls-1 to 50 ls-1. Index.
Glen Wagner and Renato Pinheiro, of the World Health Organization, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.